• Image of linen tea towels
  • Image of linen tea towels
  • Image of linen tea towels
  • Image of linen tea towels
  • Image of linen tea towels

one set of black in stock.
sold as set of either 2 black or 2 natural or 1 of each.
use as tea towels; placemat & napkin for an unconventional setting.

wabi sabi stitching and fringed edges all 4-sides.
fraying will continue until it doesn't.
after washing you might want to cut any long frays
to match the fringe of the rest of the towel.
includes veg tan loop for hanging.

all dimensions are appropriate:
16" x 22.5"

towels will be sent washed & wrinkled (as seen in these images). this is a design intention. when you receive the tea towels, the veg tan leather loop will feel stiff. this happens when the loop is washed. loop will soften as used however, will stiffen after every wash. use leather conditioning oil on leather loop as needed so it doesn't dry out.

washing instructions: place towels in zip up mesh laundry bag. machine wash cold water only. air dry. do not tumble dry. do not bleach.

Our products are made-to-order. Once your order is received, materials are purchased and cut specific to the product ordered. For this reason, we do not accept returns or offer refunds. If a product is received defective, the product will be replaced to match your original order. No request to exchange for other products will be accepted. Please notify us of the defect within 7 days for pre-approved return.

What is considered defective? (For example) A hole or cut in the leather/material that is not considered a design element.

What is not defective? (For example) Leather has natural irregularities of surface and variations in grain. Some leathers/materials have distressed surfaces inherent to the finish used and is considered to be a design element.

As a brand, Specialty Dry Goods (product) aesthetic is handcrafted, somewhat quirky and always wabi sabi.

What is wabi sabi? According to Wikipedia, wabi sabi is in traditional Japanese aesthetics, a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. Sometimes described as beauty that is "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete". As a brand, Specialty Dry Goods celebrates this beauty of imperfection.