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Seeing Eye Universal ClothThis 100% recycled cotton tea towel is thicker and more absorbent than your average kitchen towel, and a great way to add some style to your home. These are lovely to use as dish towels, wall tapestry, or even as an accent cloth for your dining table. - measures 26"x 26" - screen printed by hand with permanent textile ink in black - tied with hemp twine and a branded tag Washing & Care The print on this towel is permanent and meant to last. To best preserve the this screen printed cotton good we suggest machine washing on cold in a gentle cycle. Dry on low heat, or lay flat to dry.
Tamegroute is a village located in the Draa River valley in southern Morocco., just before the immense Sahara. In the Berber language, Tamegroute means ‘last place before the desert’.The color and texture is a result of the particular alchemy created by the potters of Tamegroute and remains a family affair handed down through the generations as each pottery piece is completely unique and no two are ever the same. Tamegroute pottery are true showpieces showing that even imperfect can be perfect. Please note that the traditional method in which the plates are fired involves stacking which result in tiny 'scars' in the glaze making each plate unique. Wabi-Sabi - Discovering the beauty in the imperfect.
Place of Origin: Handcrafted in MoroccoMaterial: Glazed Pottery Colors: Green
Detail: Hand Wash Only. Not suitable for a dishwasher