Woven Silk Design Kitchen / Tea Towel, V&A Museum
Woven Silk Design Kitchen / Tea Towel. Direct from the V&A in London, this design first appeared in London in 1706, designed by British designer James Leman (1688-1745).
James Leman was a master weaver, designer, and prominent member of the silk industry in London's East End. His fragile yet vibrant album is one of the V&A’s greatest treasures, containing the earliest-known English designs for woven silk.
The artwork for this kitchen coordinate range is taken from an original Leman design and features an imaginative mix of floral and geometric forms in a glorious palette.
Matching bib apron in stock, as well as gauntlets (heavy duty oven mitts) and double oven gloves available.
- 100% Cotton
- Machine Washable - Highly Absorbent - Lovely to Display - Hanging Loop
- Perfect size of 30 Inches long x 19 Inches wide
- Made in United Kingdom