Saffron - The Saffron Stitch online shop

Why not try some of the world's most expensive spice?  Saffron is derived from the flower of Crocus sativus, commonly known as the "saffron crocus" and the inspiration for the name of our company.  Most of the world's saffron is grown in Iran.  It is used to flavour food, has a long history of use in traditional medicine, is used as a brilliant fabric dye as well as in perfumary.

Silk Shading Saffon

The above silk shading embroidery formed one module of Salim, our tailor's Certificate in Technical Hand Embroidery from the Royal School of Needlework.  It is the basis of our logo:

Saffron Stitch - Logo

 

Add one of these fun packs of best Persial saffron to your order or drop in to see us.  We aim to be always on site to greet you from 9:30 to 15:30 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Fridays (closed Thursdays).  Earlier or later please call first to ensure we can be about.

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Why not be inspired by these wonderful photos of saffron recipes?

Our tailor is taking a short holiday meaning that the unit will be closed for both pick-up and drop-off on Friday 8th, Monday 11th, Tuesday 12th & Wednesday 13th July.  We are normally closed on Thursdays and will be closed, as usual, on Thursday 7th & Thursday 14th July.

We are closed for holidays from Thursday 7th July - Thursday 14th July inclusive

This includes online sales - you can order - but despatch will be delayed; Sorry!