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  • A fun handkerchief design featuring the Bat & Ball, Hambledon Vineyard and the Broadhalfpeny Down pavilion and all the key fielding positions in cricket.


    This design was commissioned to celebrate 250th anniversary of the original first class cricket match that took place at Broadhalfpenny Down in June 1772.


    A useful hanky that can be used not only as a handkerchief as intended - but can also be worn, framed or used as a Furoshiki wrap (A Japanese way of wrapping gifts)!


    A great gift for a young cricketer wanting to learn their craft, for anyone with hay fever, for Fathers Day or for adding to a Christmas stocking.


    Handkerchief size: 45 x 45cm | 17 3/4 x 17 3/4 inches


    100% cotton, fully machine washable. The handerchief comes in clear and biodegrabable packaging.


    Designed in our studio in England and screen printed by hand. Only 250 handkerchiefs have been made so when they are gone,  they are gone.

    Broadhalfpenny Down Handkerchief

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