London Bus (1950's) RT Bus Moquette Christmas Stocking
After World War 2, London needed a new design of bus for the future that awaited the capital. The RT - also known as the ‘Regent III’ was a majestic beast with rear platform entry, a welcoming frontage and a functional but comfortable interior. It was somehow more grand but less friendly than its successor - the ‘Routemaster’. The RT moquette was designed in 1946 and carries red, black, green and brown stripes in a tartan style. Highly durable, it hid the dirt and grime of London brilliantly for decades, it’s now available to gleam in pristine beauty in your home.
Put another log on the fire, pour yourself and Santa a glass of Port and let your mind wander back in time to the days when rail travel was truly relaxing and joyful. Anyone who visits your home with a love of transport, an eye for truly iconic design or a happy memory of travelling to see granny will love these. From grandma to your youngest child, everyone has a fond recollection of festive travel to see people they love. What better way to get people talking than seeing these on the fireplace. Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without stockings and Shed Number 2’s brand-new range, created by our little elves, will look magical in your home. We’ve used your favorite moquette’s to create our festive treats and we know you’ll just adore them. Hang them up by the cute tag and see what Father Christmas fills them with. They’re big enough to take the most thoughtful of gifts and can be reused year after year. They look gorgeous in pairs or more too. Browse our range then deck your halls with our beautiful stocking collection. LIMITED AVAILABILITY so snap them up quickly before they’re gone! They make a great gift too! Approximately 45cm x 30cm.
All our products are made from original Wool or Wool Blend Moquette, using high-quality metal zips and UK sourced materials.
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Moquette is super-duper tough. If it gets a bit dirty, a good firm brush should do the job... For something really stubborn try some carpet cleaner. If in doubt - drop us a line.