Ultra Violet Tropic Tea Towel
Featuring a fresh take on the popular monstera leaf motif on a deep violet background. Add some tropical vibes to your kitchen. Great for eclectic and maximalist homes. This design pairs well with Viola’s Palm and Jay’s Jungle tea towels. Made in UK from 100% cotton.
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Featuring a fresh take on the popular monstera leaf motif on a deep violet background. Add some tropical vibes to your kitchen. Great for eclectic and maximalist homes. This design pairs well with Viola’s Palm and Jay’s Jungle tea towels. Made in UK from 100% organic cotton.
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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‘In it’s heyday, the house had a tropical green house along a south facing crenellated wall that was warmed by the sun. Full of exotic tropical plants and flowers with a luscious canopy of ferns, palms and banana leaves it was tended to by the meticulous gardener Edgar Arboreus. It was also home to the Duchess’ beloved grumpy pet jay named Lidth. The greenhouse was the scene of many dive bombing battles between man and cunning bird as they did not get along, such battles would abruptly cease the moment the Duchess entered to pet her precious Lidth while Arboreus silently seethed.’