White colour textile, screen printed by hand 55% Cotton/45% Linen Machine washable at 40℃ Colour: Blue / Red / Black Dimensions: 45x70cm - A Tea Towel (also known as a dish towel) is a cloth traditionally used mainly for drying dishes. Tea Towels date back to 18th century England when they were first used to dry fragile fine bone china. During this time, people also used tea towels to practise embroidery, often gifting friends and family tea towels stitched with flowers, initials, or other designs. Today, Tea Towels are versatile home accessories and a great way to dress up the home. To bring some instant elegance to one's dining table, Tea Towels make great napkins or placemats and are perfect for lining bread baskets as a centre piece. Tea Towels are also useful for covering baked goods or insulating a tea pot during afternoon tea with friends. Within the kitchen, Tea Towels can also be used to protect countertops from hot pots, wipe up spills or to dry leafy salad greens. They’re also a fun and sustainable alternative to traditional gift wrap. Use a Tea Towel to wrap up a bottle of wine, candle or baked goods for an easy yet thoughtful hostess gift.
- มากกว่า 10 ชิ้น
- ถูกชม 213 ครั้ง
- มี 3 คนถูกใจ
- Many people in Asia have fond memories of using a flask as an integral part of everyday life. "In the age when my parents were married (around 1980) this kind of flask was purchased in preparation of life together. Usually you would buy two," Hu Liangjie. Due to the symbolism of the design they make a lovely housewarming or engagement gift for friends.