Teapot Tea Towels
From Safomasi's Salcombe collection, a set of two, hand-loomed cotton linen towels in cream, screen printed with a teapot in the style of traditional blue willow china. The scene on the teapot features a tranquil view out the kitchen window of illustrator Sarah Fotheringham's family home in the English countryside. Two tea towels, one of each printed in red and blue. 45% cotton, 55% linen. Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Do not bleach or tumble dry. 20" x 28"
Inspired Design: Safomasi’s contemporary textiles are created in India with traditional craftsmanship. Each limited edition, handmade print is inspired by a melange of cultures, travels and experiences, telling the story of a journey through color and distinctive illustration. Safomasi textiles are responsibly sourced and produced in India by artisan families and collectives.
About this Maker
Safomasi, founded by Sarah Fotheringham and Maninder Singh, creates contemporary textiles with artisan groups in Delhi, India. A reflection of Sarah’s background as an artist and illustrator, and Maninder’s experience in fashion and production, each limited edition, handmade print is inspired by a melange of cultures, travels and experiences, telling the story of a journey through color and distinctive illustration.
Safomasi’s contemporary textiles are created with traditional craftsmanship, responsibly sourced and artisan produced, providing sustainable income and economic opportunity to artisan collectives and families in Delhi.