Silverstone Chequerboard Glasses Case
Never lose sight of your glasses again with this jazzy chequerboard case, designed in collaboration with Cath Kidston.
Explore the Cath Kidston collection in a spectrum of colours.
- Size approx (cm): 8x18
- Care instructions: Wipe with damp cloth
- Wool on canvas, lined
UK delivery starts at £2 and is completely free for orders over £200.
We also offer international delivery.
We hope you'll be delighted by your new Fine Cell Work items, but just in case you're not, there are several circumstances in which we will refund your purchase, subject to the item being returned within 30 days of receipt.
Cath Kidston MBE is a British entrepreneur and designer known the world over for her pattern and print design.
After leaving her eponymous company in 2016 Cath has gone on to establish a new design studio Joy of Print working with international retailers on print design and strategy and collaborating with independent companies via her studio portfolio.
She has published a number of best-selling books, her most recent being A Place Called Home with Christopher Simon Sykes published by Pavilion books in 2020.
Cath is also the founder of a new geranium inspired body care brand, C.Atherley.
Over 25 years of transformation
Rehabilitating over 8,000 prisoners
Supported by esteemed designers to create one-of-a-kind, limited edition products
Breaking the cycle
We help break the devastating cycle of reoffending and repeated imprisonment
Support our work
Provides a prisoner with the materials for one tapestry cushion (100 hours of creative activity).
Will enable us to continue providing paid, creative and productive work to even more prisoners around the UK, helping them to build a brighter future.
Sponsors a prisoner to train as a volunteer 'class coordinator', teaching and mentoring other prisoners.
Covers the volunteer costs of a stitching class in prison.
Pays for the training, materials and support for one prisoner for an entire year, helping them to rebuild a meaningful, independent,crime-free life.
By giving prisoners hope that transformation is truly possible, they can envision a meaningful life after release. But nobody tells the story of how Fine Cell Work has helped them better than the prisoners themselves:“Stitching allows me to use a totally different part of my brain and personality. I can move away from the more difficult reflections and anxieties and feel creative and purposeful. This means I no longer feel that my life has come to a halt and that I am of no use to anyone else.”
- Tom, FCW Stitcher -