First launched in Worcester in 1837, John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins developed a deliciously matured sauce that is on every table in the UK.
In 1897, they opened a new factory where it remains in operation, despite being commandeered by the British Army during the Second World War.
It’s well-known orange label was added to all bottles in 1904 to ward off copycat competitors and has stayed on there ever since.
This piece of artwork would be a perfect addition to your table setting.
Warning cannot be consumed.
Felt artist Lucy Sparrow is one of the most exciting and original artists working in the UK today. Her practice is quirky yet subversive, luring the audience in with her soft, tactile, colourful felt creations. She took the art world by storm in Summer 2014 with the opening of her fully stocked felt Corner shop installation in London’s East End. With queues around the block and wall-to-wall media coverage, the installation was both a commercial and critical success.
Lucy since then has opened a Convenience Store and is shown in galleries from London to Los Angeles with no sign of slowing down.
Art Work Care
DO NOT WASH.
About Art Work
Handmade Lucy Sparrow artwork painted and signed on reverse.
10% Acrylic Paint
10% Blood, Sweat and Tears