These colourful and joyful cotton tea towels are designed and manufactured by Stof, France. You will be amazed by the exceptional quality of the printing, thanks to the new digital impression technic. With such various themes, Stof creativity is obvious.
Have you visited Giverny, where you can still see the marvellous garden of Claude Monet? Anyway, here is a fine reproduction of his Japanese footbridge. This denim cotton towel is carefully printed with a new digital device. It is both useful and decorative.
This cotton towel evokes the ocean with a traditional headlight and a boat in the background. But the main part of this towel is a tribute to a big sardine. It is a pleasure to laugh in your kitchen, thanks to this humorous towel! "This sardine is too big for this box".
This towel is unique. It shows a black and white picture of the Eiffel Tower, the Seine banks and a typical Parisian bicycle in a red frame. Paname was Paris nickname when Edith Piaf was singing...Paname, Paname. In a vintage familiar style, it meant Paris and its suburbs.
La Montagne means Mountain, in French. This view from the French Alps shows the green " alpages" where cows stay during summertime and in the background snow at the top of the highest mountains. On the post stamp, you can read the name of famous Saint Gervais village, in Haute Savoie,