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Nanna Ditzel tea towel grey 2 pieces | Rosendahl

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Description:This pretty, Jacquard-woven tea towel was designed for Rosendahl by Nanna Ditzel. This distinguished designer loved experimental, quality design and graphical patterns, as evidenced in this tea towel. [...] Read All


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Name

Nanna Ditzel tea towel grey 2 pieces | Rosendahl

Year of collection

2016

THE DESIGNER

NANNA DITZEL

Measures

W 70 x D 50 cm

Material

100% cotton | Alcantara

Washing

washer machine 60º

Cod.

22113

EAN

5709513221135

This pretty, Jacquard-woven tea towel was designed for Rosendahl by Nanna Ditzel. This distinguished designer loved experimental, quality design and graphical patterns, as evidenced in this tea towel. The tea towl is 100% cotton, and the graphic pattern creates a fun, classic look against the dark fabric. The tea towel has an Alcantara strap at the top and a cotton strap on the long side, so you have a choice of ways to hang it up. Alcantara is a durable, suede-like textile, adding a luxurious touch.

The tea towel is available in: red, grey and white. You could hang them one close to the other giving your kitchen a creative, surprising look.

NANNA DITZEL

Born in Copenhagen in 1923, Nanna Ditzel is one of Denmark's most accomplished designers and was the first woman to design for Georg Jensen. She was born in Copenhagen and attended the Danish School of Arts, Crafts and Design and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1946. While still a student she began showing her work at the Cabinetmaker's Guild annual exhibits. She also met her first husband, Jorgen Ditzel at school and they began working and exhibiting together in 1944. She was trained in cabinet making; he in upholstery and they shared a design aesthetic based on creating comfortable, livable and simple environments. [...]
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