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An intricate, hand drawn Saltaire Village is dropped on to an earthy watercolour backdrop. Available separately or in a bundle of two or three.

100% Cotton (Half Panama). Machine washable and can be tumble dried at low heat.

We aim to ship items within 3-4 working days. If you require your order urgently please drop us a line and we’ll aim to ship out within 1 working day.


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The perfect Tea Towel for true Yorkshire kitchens!

This abstract ink and watercolour illustration sets Saltaire Village on a rich earthy backdrop that brings real warmth to the design.

Meha’s drawing sees architectural elements like the Salts Mill, the United Reform Church combine with some beautiful homes alongside Saltaire history, cricketing background and much more. Saltaire is named after Sir Titus Salt who built the textile mill, known as Salts Mill.

This piece was originally commissioned by the Saltaire Craft House.

100% Cotton (Half Panama). Machine washable and can be tumble dried at low heat.

We aim to ship items within 3-4 working days. If you require your order urgently please drop us a line and we’ll aim to ship out within 1 working day.

 

 

Saltaire Village in Colour Tea Towel
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