Helen Round

Christmas Chef's Pad / Aga Top in Pure Linen - Seconds

152 kr 278 kr

Christmas Chef’s Pad / Aga Top in Pure Linen from The Christmas Collection

*With a slightly imperfect print*

Every now and then we spot a few imperfections in our hand-printing. Whether a small ink smudge or a design printed a little too faintly, these pieces don't make it into our final selection so we’ve added them to our sale. This is a great opportunity to buy slight seconds at significantly reduced prices, please do watch the video below to find out more:

Unfortunately we are unable to accept returns on any sale items.



Add a touch of Christmas magic to your Aga with these lovely linen Chef’s Pad. Perfect for helping to protect the top of your beautiful Aga cooker from scratching and damage. Featuring a design from our new Christmas Collection inspired by twists of classical winter foliage.

They are sold as singles.

This linen chef’s pad features a hand printed design from the new Christmas Collection. Backed with heavy Italian towelling and a layer of wadding sandwiched between the two, they are available in natural or raspberry linen. Beautifully finished with a matching linen bias edging and a single line of stitching.

Price stated is for a single Chef’s Pad.

Printed in our Cornish studio using water based inks and sewn by a small team of artisans, these Chef’s pads are perfect for Aga lovers. Take a look at our chef’s pads in a variety of designs and linen colours.

Approx size 37cm

Pure linen top, polyester wadding and towelling base

Machine was at 30 degrees

Hand Printed and Made in Cornwall

Have a look at the other lovely things in our Christmas Collection.

About the Christmas Collection – Helen says, “I loved designing this collection - Christmas is, for me, a time for family and decoration. I love filling the house with twists of holly, ivy, twinkly lights and a sprig of mistletoe.  The fresh smell of cut greenery is one that seems uniquely reserved for this special time of year. Our new Christmas Collection features classical winter foliage. Traditionally used at Christmas time it was believed to have magical properties and signify the changing of season and coming of Spring”.