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Piano Tea Towel, Bleu De Prusse

for Charvet

The famed pigment which lends blue­prints and Japan­ese wood­block prints their signa­ture hue gives its name to the Blue de Prusse kitchen towel, lined in taut stripes resem­bling piano strings. Modern weaving tech­niques update linen made the tradi­tional way in the cite de la toile, Armen­tières, the medieval city of fabric tucked into north­ern France. And like the city in which they are made, these essen­tial kitchen acces­sories only get better with age — as they are not pre-washed, their hand will soften each time they are used.

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