- Story & know-how
Paris rustic tea towel
- Century-old manufacture
- Thick fabric in linen & cotton
- A souvenir from Paris in your kitchen
The Paris tea towel is made by Charvet, one of the last linen mills in Northern France, existing since 1866. Very resistant, the fabric is thick, mixing linen and cotton. A typical fabric used in French country kitchens and French bistros.
Linen is the perfect fabric for tea towels: it has hypoallergenic and antibacterial qualities, it is very resistant so your tea towel will have a longer lifespan, it absorbs up to 20% of dampness without feeling wet.
This exclusive design is carefully weaved on the tea towel. It is a perfect gift for Paris lovers: they will have a souvenir from their favorite city in their kitchen.
Dimension: 17.7 x 29.5 in - 45 x 75 cm.
Weight: 0.3 lb - 135g.
Material: 55% linen, 45% cotton.
Care instructions: Can be machine washed (cool or cold) and tumble dried (medium). Ironing at high temperatures. Do not bleach.
Charvet is one of the last linen mills in Armentieres, existing since 1866. 155 years of a genuine know-how. Charvet linen experts pursue this long history, and they are nowadays considered as the leading French manufacturer of industrial fabrics in natural materials.
Charvet designs and produces high quality linens for home and decoration: kitchen-towels, aprons, table linens, bed linens and accessories (bags, pillows). The common trait: traditional yet elegant designs on thick and soft fabrics.
Their linens are made in noble materials, linen and cotton, with French traditional designs and patterns. They are mainly in neutral color (white, beige, taupe and grey) and also in the 2 French emblematic colors: blue and red (as on the French flag). Charvet linens are the typical French country houses linens!
The shipping cost per order is $6.99 to USA & Canada and $9.99 for Australia & New Zealand. French Address is a small business, I do my best to offer attractive international express shipping rates.
I prepare your order in maximum 2 business days (I do it same day most of the time!).
I work with the international express carrier DHL. Once I have handed over your order to DHL, they should deliver your product in 2 to 5 business days for USA & Canada and in 3 to 5 business days for Australia & New Zealand.