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Sterck Oven Gauntlet Spots Oven Gauntlet Spots
British Design

British Design

Machine Washable

Machine Washable

 

Fair Trade

Everyday Use
         
Great Value
         
Contemporary Design
         
For Her
         

What exactly is the difference between an oven glove and an oven gauntlet? We are so glad you asked.

Oven glove is a bit of a misnomer, really. Apart from the fact that you put your hand in it, a "pair" of oven gloves has little  in common with the article of clothing you put on when it's cold outside or you're digging in the garden. Oven gloves are more like pairs of pockets connected by a strip of fabric which are padded for your protection when you need to pick up something hot.

An oven gauntlet serves a similar purpose, but it more closely resembles what you might think of as a glove or a mitten. It has a space for four fingers and a thumb so you can get a firm grip around hot pan handles, but the most important quality of an oven gauntlet is that it is long enough to go half-way up your forearm. So while oven gloves protect both hands, an oven gauntlet protects one hand and your arm. So if you're reaching deep into the back of an oven or Aga, you protect yourself from the risk of a painful burn on the forearm.

This spotty oven gauntlet from designer Peter Sterck is made from 100% fair trade cotton. It features a white quilted background and multi-coloured spots, with a lovely vibrant red edging - gorgeous!

If oven gloves are what you need, we have spotty ones of those, too.

Kitchen and Dining Room Linens and Tableware from Sterck

£5.00
British Design

British Design

Machine Washable

Machine Washable

 

Fair Trade

Everyday Use
         
Great Value
         
Contemporary Design
         
For Her
         

What exactly is the difference between an oven glove and an oven gauntlet? We are so glad you asked.

Oven glove is a bit of a misnomer, really. Apart from the fact that you put your hand in it, a "pair" of oven gloves has little  in common with the article of clothing you put on when it's cold outside or you're digging in the garden. Oven gloves are more like pairs of pockets connected by a strip of fabric which are padded for your protection when you need to pick up something hot.

An oven gauntlet serves a similar purpose, but it more closely resembles what you might think of as a glove or a mitten. It has a space for four fingers and a thumb so you can get a firm grip around hot pan handles, but the most important quality of an oven gauntlet is that it is long enough to go half-way up your forearm. So while oven gloves protect both hands, an oven gauntlet protects one hand and your arm. So if you're reaching deep into the back of an oven or Aga, you protect yourself from the risk of a painful burn on the forearm.

This spotty oven gauntlet from designer Peter Sterck is made from 100% fair trade cotton. It features a white quilted background and multi-coloured spots, with a lovely vibrant red edging - gorgeous!

If oven gloves are what you need, we have spotty ones of those, too.

Kitchen and Dining Room Linens and Tableware from Sterck

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Oven Gauntlet Spots

  • Brand: Sterck
  • Product Code: CS020
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • £10.95
  • £5.00

  • Ex Tax: £5.00

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