Peacock Maximalist Tea Towel
Colourful peacocks peeking through a jungle of wisteria blooms. 100% cotton tea towel sure to take centre stage wherever it’s hung. Pairs well with Wisteria Jungle and Feather tea towels. Made in UK. Perfect for the Maximalist in your life, which might well be yourself!
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Colourful peacocks peeking through a jungle of wisteria blooms. 100% organic cotton tea towel sure to take centre stage wherever it’s hung. Pairs well with Wisteria Jungle and Feather tea towels. Made in UK. Perfect for the Maximalist in your life, which might well be yourself!
47 cm x 68.5 cm approx
Handy hanging loop
Do not tumble dry
UK shipping £3 delivery in 5-7 days
US shipping £6 delivery approx 10 -14 days
Currently not shipping to Europe
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‘Hidden deep somewhere in the countryside, down a winding once-grand driveway there is a long forgotten beautiful old house and garden. Few have stumbled across it and those that have were transﬁxed by its decaying splendour and magical spell. Long, long ago a Duchess and a handsome peacock walked together in the manicured gardens. Alas, all that is left now is overgrown but some have seen the peacock’s elegant descendants poking through the ancient wisteria, planted on the whim of the Duchess, Violacea Macrobothrys.
Legend has it that the duchess is still there guarded by the peacocks… ‘