Jean Vier Tea Towel, Rooster. 100% cotton woven with a Jacquard weave so the pattern is woven into the fabric instead of printed. This towel features a large dark grey rooster on a light grey background with dark grey and red stripes across the top and bottom and a row of smaller grey chicken silhouettes at the bottom. Machine washable.
The history of Basque linen is intertwined with the history and culture of the Basque region itself. Over the centuries the traditional weaving techniques have been refined to create linens renowned for durability and quality.
Jean Vier are specialist weavers of pure natural cotton, flax, and flax-cotton mix fibers for kitchen and home linens. Their products are a mixture of tradition and innovation, much like Basque cuisine, featuring vibrant colors and high-quality thread. In 1999, Jean Vier opened the Basque Eco-museum in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, a celebration of all things Basque.
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