Stamperia Bertozzi, a family company established in the year 1920, they use ancient artisan techniques to create hand-painted and hand-printed fabrics with passion. The colours are hand-mixed from closely guarded family recipes that have been passed from generation to generation.
These stylish tea towels, the Gradation design, are made of 100% natural crumpled linen. The fabric chosen for the tea towels is pure, organic and woven in the traditional way on a shuttle loom, which produces a fabric that feels soft and is a joy to hold. Over time it gains beauty, as its character grows.
When they paint the fabrics they are not simply left to dry. The linen is worked three times, which involves painting with a different tone of colour each time. The final process is the fixing of the colour where they use Bertozzi's unique technique, which involves steam that is driven by solar power. The result is a vivid colour that lasts longer.
I fell flat for the indigo and cacao colours and would love to have them in my kitchen, but the Gradation tea towels are also available in green and pink.
- size – 70 x 55 cm (circa 28 x 21 inches) - machine washable - no need to ironAllÓRA | 66 Oxford Gardens | London W10 5UN
Tel: 020 3701 4076 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
via AllÓRA (discovered via The World of Interiors on Facebook)