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Dishcloth "Glorious Peacock" beige
£15.41 inc. tax

£12.84 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.


Kitchens are often the areas where most stains, spills and splatters are most common which is why kitchen towels are the most basic accessory everyone should have. Nowadays dish cloths have undergone a shift in their use from serving a purely functional use to also being stylish and decorative. Their efficacy is doubled more when they are also appealing to the eyes. Look no more, this cotton dish cloth is perfect! It is made from 100% cotton making it a durable, effective dishcloth for wiping off and cleaning spills around the kitchen and other parts of the house.

The stunning print features the magnificent King of Birds, the peacock, in all its splendor being surrounded by blossoming peonies and other avian species. The neutral color of the dish cloth makes the image of the peacock stand out but light enough to match any color and decor of your home. The pattern printed on the dishcloth is inspired by a portion of a wall art in Prince Henry of Prussia's room within the New Palace.

The New Palace is located within Sanssouci Park in Potsdam. The Park itself boasts of a vast land filled with palaces, temples and churches, baths, grottoes, water fountains, landscaped gardens filled with a variety of fruit trees and flowers, and many classical statues. The beautiful design of the gardens within Sanssouci Park are owed to the fact that King Frederick the Great, King of Prussia wanted to cultivate figs, plums, and wine. Many architectural wonders are also present within the Park built during the reigns of Frederick the Great, Frederick William III, and Frederick William IV.

Details

- Material: 100% cotton
- Dimensions: 52.5 x 68.5 cm
- Made in Germany
- Wash at 60º C

Product Code: MSS64-04502
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 10 g
Product Condition: New
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