The oven mitt from the 'Kashmir Paisley' collection has large paisley patterns with intricate details that can be enjoyed owing to the superior print quality on this fabric. Oranges and reds work beautifully on a white background for this collection. A burnt orange binding and loop complete the front. The reverse is the same burnt orange fabric that is quilted with the quintessential criss-cross pattern. The Paisley has a history dating back many centuries and it was in the 17th century that the French were introduced to it in the form of Kashmir shawl imports from India. The Paisley pattern was then reproduced locally in Marseilles and soon became popular and synonymous with French textiles. This has been the inspiration for the 'Kashmir Paisley' collection from 'Maison d'Hermine'. With its warm colours and decorative pattern, they instantly liven up the kitchen and table.