Green Bee tea towels are perfect for use as an everyday kitchen and hand towel, and are a wonderful gift for family and friends. Handprinted on 100% cotton high-quality flour sack material with non-toxic water-based inks, our towels are safe for you and the environment.
Cornucopia Tea Towel
In classical antiquity, the cornucopia, also called the horn of plenty, was a symbol of abundance and nourishment, commonly a large horn-shaped container overflowing with produce, flowers or nuts. Baskets of this form were traditionally used in western Asia and Europe to hold and carry newly harvested food products. The horn-shaped basket would be worn on the back or slung around the torso, leaving the harvester’s hands free for picking (Credit). Pull out our cornucopia tea towel during Thanksgiving or pull it out all harvest season. It’s sure to add the perfect touch to your kitchen.
Green Bee Tea Towels are handprinted in the heartland and made to fight your dirtiest dishes while still looking fresh.
Green Bee tea towels are perfect for use as an everyday kitchen and hand towel, they are also a wonderful gift for family and friends. Handprinted on 100% cotton high-quality flour sack material with non-toxic water-based inks, our towels are safe for you and the environment. Due to the handmade nature of our tea towels, each will have slight variations in size, texture and image placement.
Our Cornucopia Tea Towel will make a wonderful addition to your home decor.
You may also like our Bee Tea Towel.
Our towels are all white with a hanging loop.
They measure approximately : 28” x 28″
No Special Care instructions: Machine wash warm, tumble dry low; iron and bleach optional. The design will not fade, peel or come off. Our towels are meant to be used over and over again.
|Dimensions||10 × 5 × 2 in|
Brown, Burgundy, Orange-brown