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French Tea Towels

Oh, those ingenious French! Kitchen towels, dish towels, tea towels—all the same, just different names. But in France, tea towels have a special tradition. As with so many other mundane items, the French have raised kitchen towels to an art form. These beautiful examples, look as if they should be framed—and often are. Each group celebrates an aspect of French life, geography, or history in glorious color. Drying dishes, wrapping a bottle of wine, lining a tray or picnic basket, brightening a kitchen wall—they make wonderful gifts. Fun to pick by group, subject matter, or color.




Tissage Moutet Bright Jacquard Tea Towels
Tissage Moutet Bright Jacquard Tea Towels
These beautiful examples, woven on jacquard looms, look as if they should be framed--and often are.
Thieffry Traditonal Linen Tea Towels
Thieffry Traditonal Linen Tea Towels
Thieffry Frères creates printed linen tea towels with both traditional looks and traditional themes in its workshops in the north of France.

Jean Vier Tea Towels
Jean Vier Tea Towels
The fabric companies of the French Basque region just seem to come up with more and more beautiful and amazing fabrics.  Jean Vier, previously known for beautiful white linens, is flaunting its entry into brilliantly colored striped fabrics.
Tissage Moutet Gift Box Sets of Tea Towels
Tissage Moutet Gift Box Sets of Tea Towels
Wonderful gift idea: A choice of any four Tissage Moutet Tea Towels packaged in a presentation box!
And look under Jean Vier for another style of tea towels in boxed sets.