Svenskt Tenn's child apron is just as beautiful hanging on a hook in the kitchen as it is on the little chef. The aprons are made in high quality linen, with prints designed by Josef Frank or Estrid Ericson.
Josef Frank designed Tang, quite a bold print for its time, while in the coastal region of Falsterbo in the late 1920s. The name is derived from the Swedish word for seaweed, as the design contains several elements of the sea in the form of seaweed and starfish. The name Tang was later changed to Aristidia, after the Greek writer Aristides (150-100 B.C.).
The placement of the pattern may vary from the one in the picture.