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Dishcloth "Glorious Peacock" rosé
£12.84 inc. tax

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

Kitchen towels or dish cloths are one of the most basic kitchen accessories every household needs. Dishcloths are durable and versatile kitchen tools that help with everyday cleanup. The material of this dish cloth is 100% cotton making it highly absorbent and good for cleaning up spills anywhere in your household. The looseness of the natural fibers found in cotton allows its great absorbency in contrast with synthetic material such as nylon, polyester, and acrylic making this charming piece of kitchen accessory your best friend in everyday household cleaning. Its stunning print with an image of a handsome peacock surrounded by peonies in full bloom and birds of different kinds all in a hue of rosé, like a fine wine, gives class and elegance to the kitchen. The best dish cloth should not have to forgo beauty to perform efficiently, which makes this dishcloth to be the perfect gift for the chef in the home or for a friend or loved one who enjoys having a small piece of history right in their home.

 

New Palace

Prince Henry of Prussias personal room within the New Palace in Sanssouci Park inspires the image of the peacock, peonies, and other avian species printed on the dishcloth. Sanssouci Park is located in Potsdam, Germany around 40 km away from Berlin. It is a history-rich place with three Prussian sovereigns influencing the architecture and design of the whole Park. King Frederick the Great ordered its creation. During his reign the following architectural wonders were built: Sanssouci Palace - the summer residence of the King and Queen, the Picture Gallery, the New Chambers, the Neptune Grotto, the Chinese House, the New Palace, Temple of Friendship, Antique Temple, and the two Obelisks. Further architectures were built under King Frederick William IV such as the Roman Baths and the Church of Peace.


Details

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

Product Code: MSS64-04503
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 10 g
Product Condition: New
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