Vintage 1960s Linen Tea Towel - Sandy Parsons for Kay Dee Designs - American Painted Tinware Fancy
Tea time is a chance to slow down, pull back and appreciate our surroundings. Letitia Baldrige
Hailing from midcentury America comes this vintage Americana tea towel focusing on 19th-century tinware. Of course, a teapot, or two, makes an appearance here but there are also containers of flowers, a tin horn, a sugar canister, cups and a covered storage box. Basically, all the things you need for an engaging tea time full of fun and flavor. This tea towel was designed by Sandy Parsons, a midcentury artist, who designed a host of other towels and linens for the Kay Dee brand. Still in business today, Kay Dee started as a kitchen textile company in the early 1950's. Based in Rhode Island, they are still bringing colorful and unique patterns and designs to kitchen spaces around the world.
Containing the gorgeous colors that Autumn is most known for, this tea towel features an array of earthy shades that are perfect reminders of the cozy season ahead.
- Large size
- Excellent (like-new) condition
- Bright colors and crisp design
In gorgeous condition. No holes, tears, rips or pulled threads. No spots or stains.
Measures 18"inches (width) x 30" inches (length).
Due its large size, this tea towel is a great fit for picnic baskets, tea trays or coffee tables, making it an ideal traveling companion as well as a comfortable homebody.