Textured Moroccan Pattern — Hand & Bath Towel

by Micklyn Le Feuvre

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Textured Moroccan Pattern

Micklyn Le FeuvreHand & Bath Towel
from € 19,99 excluding shipping fees
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  • DE: 19.12.

Product details

Hand and Bath Towel - Product details

Towel printed with a design on one side. Available as a hand or bath towel. The front is printed and made of high-quality, soft terry velour. The back is white and made of soft, absorbent material. Comes with a sewn-in JUNIQE label that serves as a loop for easy hanging.

Size 40 x 80 cm (hand towel); 70 x 140 cm (bath towel)
Material Terry velour
Print Type Thermal sublimation printing
Care Machine washable at 40°C; suitable for tumble drying

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Towel printed with a design on one side. Available as a hand or bath towel. The front is printed and made of high-quality, soft terry velour. The back is white and made of soft, absorbent material. Comes with a sewn-in JUNIQE label that serves as a loop for easy hanging.

The JUNIQE label can be used as a loop for hanging.
The JUNIQE label can be used as a loop for hanging.
White, terry material on the back.
White, terry material on the back.

About the artist

Micklyn Le Feuvre

Obsessed with pattern, detail & color - sometimes more is more.

Micklyn Le Feuvre

Micklyn Le Feuvre is a South African artist with a love of colours and patterns. She studied Fine Art at the Durban University of Technology in Kwa-Zulu-Natal, before embarking on a career in graphic design. Her work incorporates aspects of Art Deco, Islamic patterns, floral designs and photography, all the while defying easy categorisation and containing her trademark bold, bright colours. She lives with her husband and ten children in South Africa, and creates work that uses pencils, watercolours, photography and graphic design.

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