Oyster Linen Tea Towel
A mol-lusk have.
Sir Madam enthusiastically indexed every North American oyster variety they could find for their Oyster Tea Towel—and while they admit that it ended up being an impossible task, their valiant effort is beautifully rendered on 100% linen. The tea towel comes with either indigo screenprint on natural-colored linen or black screenprint on cream-colored linen, and has selvage edges that have been hemmed by hand. You’ll chuckle at some of the names as you dry your dishes; our favorite is Poppasquash from Narragansett Bay.
Photography by Rocky Luten and Linda Xiao
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