Create a Designer Apron with Embroidered Antique Silverware Design
Reminiscent of family Heirloom Silverware, this fork, knife and spoon are formally arranged for their "place setting" on the chest of any color apron you choose. You will be selecting the embroidery thread color as well. A simple whimsical look can be created with a vibrant shade of lime green or violet embroidered on a berry colored apron. Or create an elegant designer classic with silver thread on either a black or white apron.
The apron is a traditional bib, covering and protecting your chest and waist from culinary mishaps. The neck tie can be shortened or lengthened by means of an adjustable slider. The fabric is a durable poly/cotton blend, treated with soil release technology. A large center-divided patch pocket serves as convenient storage for restaurant wait staff or just a hand place to tuck your kitchen towel so it's always within reach.
This apron will be personally crafted for you based on your color specification. Please allow 5-7 business days for customization plus shipping times. Please note that embroidered items are not returnable, and we welcome the opportunity to assist you with questions prior to placing your order. Contact us directly at (877) 560-8065.
Apron Size | 34"L x 24"W | Extra-Long Ties | Adjustable Neck
Silverware Embroidered Logo Size | 2.76"W x 3.35"h
The Apron is available in the following colors | Black, Blue, Berry, Gray, Hunter Green, Lime Green, Merlot, Mocha, Orange, Red, Royal Blue, White and Yellow
Embroidery Thread is available in the following colors | Black, Brown, Burgundy, Dark Green, Deep Purple, Gold, Lime Green, Mauve, Navy Blue, Orange, Red, Royal Blue, Salmon, Silver, Sky Blue, Violet, White and Yellow
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