Harvest Festival (Skordefest) is an authentic vintage 1950's Swedish tea towel design by Aune Laukkanen. This cheerful kitchen dish cloth features a colourful depiction of people harvesting and preserving fruit in jars, and is printed on a high quality cotton/linen fabric.
A good sized tray, perfect for serving Sunday lunch on from the kitchen to the dining room. Featuring Marianne Westmans 1950's vintage Picknick design , the trays are made in Sweden using traditional birch veneer techniques.
A handy size tray, perfect for transporting a nice cup of tea and a slice of cake to your favourite chair. Picknick features a 1950's vintage design by Marianne Westman, the trays are made from birch veneer in Sweden by a family run company using traditional techniques.
A useful small kitchen tray, perfect for delivering drinks to the table. Featuring the vintage 1950's Picknick design by Marianne Westman, the trays are made in Sweden from birch veneer by a family run company using traditional techniques.
Designed by Marianne Westman in 1954, her Picnick design shows a variety of Scandinavian food stuffs laid out as if for a picnic. Perfect for making colourful retro curtains, tablecloths, aprons or cushions!
Featuring Marianne Westman's fabulous Picknick design from 1956 of various Scandinavian foods, this oil cloth fabric is amazing, nothing like its plastic coated cousin except that it's machine washable and very wipeable.
This generously sized cooks' apron will keep you clean and tidy whether baking or barbecuing. Printed with Marianne Westman's iconic 1950's design Picknick, showing a variety of Scandinavian picnic foods.
Charlotte Farmer is a bit of a snow globe collector and has created her own snow globe tea towel, featuring shakers of the world ...and Elvis. Printed on cotton/linen, this kitchen dishcloth will give years of good service!
Designed by British designer Charlotte Farmer, our teapot tea towel is one of our most popular and is perfect gift drying up all those tea cups (or pots). Screen printed in England, this lovely kitchen t. towel makes a lovely gift or collectors item.
A super-stylish all-purpose kitchen sponge cloth featuring Almedahls classic blue Christmas Cooks Dancing design (or Kokspolka in Swedish) from the 1950's. The dry sponge cloth was invented in 1949 by Swedish engineer Curt Lindqvist, and can absorb an amazing 15 times its own weight of water. Makes washing up that little bit easier.
This lovely linen/cotton tea towel from the Almedahls Studio features little blue fish swimming "Against the Flow" (or "Mot Strommen" in Swedish). It is printed in strong blues on a white base so this tea or dish cloth is perfect for any kitchen.
Shoal (Stim) is an authentic stylish 1950's Swedish tea towel designed by Almedahls Design Studio. It has a colourful depiction of the various types of Swedish fish available, and is a kitchen drying-up cloth that will cheer up any kitchen!
This is a classic Scandinavian Red Orchard tea towel design by Victoria Mollgard featuring red apples and green leaves. Printed on a linen/cotton fabric, it is a perfect tea towel for anyone's kitchen.
Master illustrator Charlotte Farmer always has a 'best' tea towel in her kitchen, kept in an eye-catching place for people to admire. Her Time for Tea tea towel is just such a lovely piece of kitchenware adornment.
This sponge cloth offers a clever modern reworking of Astrid Sampe's classic 1950's Persons Kryddskap (or Herb Garden) tea towel design in sage green . In terms of the washing-up this little sponge cloth is a marvel, as it's highly absorbent and does a great job scrubbing the dishes.