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Kitchen Linens, Wild Turkey Edition

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Kitchen Linens, Wild Turkey Edition

November 28, 2013

As we prepare to feast, we’re admiring British duo Thornback & Peel‘s rendition of the noble bird in a navy-on-white print. Benjamin Franklin, champion of the wild turkey, would approve. 

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Above: The Turkey Apron in heavyweight white cotton; £24 each. Thornback & Peel also make robin, stag, rabbit, and lobster prints.

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Above: The Turkey Napkin Box Set of Four is made of printed white linen, each 45 centimeters square; £40.

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Above: The Turkey Napkin is also sold individually for £9.95 each.

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Above: The Turkey Tea Towel is printed on a linen-cotton blend fabric; £12.95 each.

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Above: The design also comes as a Turkey Hanky Box£15.95

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on November 9, 2011.

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