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Vintage

Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair

Uncle Bunks Trunk

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Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair
Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair
Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair
Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair
Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair
Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair
Fruit-Themed Towels, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; small tag remnant on one
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
linen
Size:
26" L x 16" W
Color/Finish:
orange/multi
Care:
machine-washable; on delicate cycle/line dry

Why We Love This

Pair of orange fruit-themed towels. One has fruits, teapot, and other kitchenware on both ends (26"L x 16"W). The other is designed and signed by Lois Long and has the hospitality symbol of a pineapple on either end (25"L x 16"W).
As described by Uncle Bunks Trunk

About Uncle Bunks Trunk

Owner and founder, Leslie Upson, is a long-time vintage linen collector. Her passion for particular items - whimsicals, souvenirs, and midcentury design - is reflected in what she sells. Most items (barring mint condition) have been carefully restored by her: hand washed, line dried, and carefully pressed. This is a labor of love: finding old treasures new homes.