This is a classic tea towel with a graphical pattern as its bearing design element. Woven from a strong linen and cotton combination providing optimal drying capacity.
The tea towel was designed in 1963 by the designer and weaver John Becker. It was the first tea towel designed for the damask collection and has maintained its popularity due to its timeless pattern. The design is beautiful in itself but also when combined with other patterns or plain-coloured tea towels.
The tea towel is given an extremely stylish expression by the Flint colour, where grey and white shades elegantly interweave. This tea towel fits just as nicely in the country kitchen as it does in the modern kitchen.