Let us take you straight back to the 60s and 70s with this exclusive tea towel designed for 70s House Manchester featuring our psychedelic 'Show Pony' artwork by internationally renowned illustrator Scarlett Rickard.
This tea towel with its swirling, acid soaked design is a fun take on the fact that so few of our tea towels make it to day to day use and are 'Show Ponies'
This 100% cotton tea towel will add a fun loving dazzle of colour to your kitchen. Perfect for everyday life for those who dare to be different.
70s House Manchester tea towels are hand made in small batches in the heart of Lancashire, by our factory specialising in bespoke cotton textile products since 1918.
Each tea towel is produced in a crisp, mid weight 100% cotton drill, is a generously sized at 73cm x 46.5cm and comes with our woven label and a cotton grosgain hanging loop.
Our tea towels are packaged with a branded band, and wrapped in our signature style and dispatched in a large letter sized box.
Due to the natural properties of this cotton there maybe tiny imperfections in the all over print due to cotton slubs which are an inherent part of this fabric and is unavoidable, every effort is taken to ensure that these are minimal, but should not be considered a fault.
Design - Safka (Show Pony)
Colourway - Candy Floss
Product Code - 70HM-TT-009
Fabrication – Cotton Drill
Print Method – Digitally Printed
Length – 73cm
Width – 46.5cm
Fabric Composition - 100% Cotton
Care Details - Wash at 30, Do not bleach, Do not tumble dry - Do not wash above 30 as colours will fade.
Country of Origin - Made in Lancashire, UK
Product & Delivery
- Delivery Time – In Stock - Will ship within 3 working days
- Manufactured - Lancashire – UK
- Hand made locally to reduce our carbon footprint.
Refunds & Exchanges
Please contact us within 7 days of delivery to discuss all refunds and exchanges, which will be granted at original order value.
Postage costs are not refundable on non faulty product.
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