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Columbia road hand printed napkin or tea-towel, printed on white linen/cotton mix which is soft and absorbent.
Size: 45 cm x 45 cm.
Includes a loop on back if bought to hang up in kitchen.
This bright contemporary and whimsical London print would look beautiful in any kitchen used as a small tea towel or as a napkin while entertaining guests. Would add a great splash of fresh colour to your table.
Beetroot Press offers unique, original and JOYful items for your home. Made in Britain by a British designer/maker. Beetroot Press' illustrations are originally hand drawn and printed to perfection and then sent in a protective cardboard tube to ensure no damage in transit.
Postage: All Beetroot Press items are sent via Royal mail first class post. If you would like anything quicker then please send me a message.
I absolutely love flowers and I used to visit Columbia Road flower market often when I lived in London's East end. My Gran was a born and bred Eastender and so it is a special place for me.
The Flower market first opened in London in 1869 as a food market. Cut flowers and plants were introduced, together with a fascination for caged song birds. The pub at the end of the market is called the Birdcage which my friends and I used to frequent. Many of the traders are 2nd or 3rd generation of their family to sell at the market.
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This item will be posted to you by Beetroot Press within 3 days of receiving payment.
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