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Tea Towels with a Sense of Drama

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Tea Towels with a Sense of Drama

Julie Carlson March 06, 2012

For the literary-minded chef: Kitchen Sink Dramas tea towels, featuring pages from six Edwardian-era works of fiction.

The stories, silk-screened by hand onto cotton fabric, include The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde and The Escape by Katherine Mansfield. In addition to the Edwardian Collection, there is also a Children's Collection (Alice in Wonderland, The Secret Garden). They are available directly from Kitchen Sink Dramas; £14 per tea towel (or £75 for a set of all six tea towels).

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on November 10, 2009.

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