Tea Towel, 100% cotton, Limited Edition. FREE SHIPPING IN U.S.
This limited-edition tea towel features the 1901 Tattnall County, Georgia Courthouse. The towel is made of 100% bright-white cotton, is 18 x 30 inches, and is hemmed. Only 100 have been made, as a fundraising project to restore historic Cedar Grove Church. A few are left.
The courthouse was designed by Atlanta architect J.W. Golucke, who designed 20 of Georgia's famous courthouses. Many of his buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Countryside Art of England printed the towel. It says: "We cannot believe how many tea towels we sell every year. Even in the age of the dishwasher, and the fact we spend less time than ever in the kitchen preparing food, the tea towel (or kitchen towel) continues to be an incredibly popular item.
In our opinion the tea towel’s enduring appeal is down to the fact it is so much more than just a piece of fabric used for drying dishes. A printed tea towel can be a work of art, advertise a message, or remind us of a lovely holiday or event. By our choice of design we also say something about ourselves in what we want to display in our home.
A selection of eye-catching printed tea towels can be used to offer a delightfully colourful distraction from a mundane household chore or instantly brighten up any space.
William Morris, leader of the 19th Century Arts & Crafts Movement said “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” We know our customers share this belief and it is the foundation on which we base the ethos of our company."