RETRO IMAGES RESTORED & RECREATED WITH INTEGRITY | AUSTRALIAN MADE | FREE SHIPPING NATIONALLY
LINEN TEA TOWEL | OCTOPUS GAMOCHONIA
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Fabulous tea towels featuring meticulously restored retro images printed in Australia on quality European linen blend fabric.
Packaged in an attractive full-colour sleeve each tea towel measures a generous 70cm x 50cm.
A wonderful gift idea or brighten your own kitchen. Lovely quality, natural fibre, easy and economical to post and can be popped in a standard frame if you wish with each design exuding a wonderful touch of retro style.
"These are more than just tea towels, they are works of art! Superb quality" Elise, VIC
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The protective watermark in the centre of our online images will not appear on your tea towel, we promise. It's only there to stop schmucks (one industry schmuck in particular) downloading and reproducing our restored files and original creations.
Our tea towels are proudly printed in Australia using 100% natural fibres: linen and cotton. Our 50/50 European blend feels fabulous, washes well and softens beautifully with age.
For a short while we produced cotton tea towels, but they never had the superior feel of linen nor washed as well.
Microfibre is a cheaper imported product made from non-recyclable plastics. Not only are microfibre tea towels and beach towels not recyclable (you can only re-create more plastic product), but there's evidence that suggests every time these towels are washed they introduce microplastics into the water and into the food chain. Before buying a microfibre product perhaps Google their harmful effects and then do the world a favour and stick to natural fibres.