Luks Linen Silas - Cotton Peshtemal - Black and Salt Stripe

£39.00

Ethically made and hand loomed by master weavers, this collection of Turkish textiles are endlessly versatile and lifetime lasting.



Description

We love utility here at Lüks and our new Silas cotton peshtemal has got it in spades.

Traditionally woven from 100% cotton with simple black and cream stripe details it is hand finished with a simple knotted fringe.

Bath sheet in size, lightweight and quick drying it folds down to around a third of the size which makes it great for space saving and for travel too.

The flat weave of this cotton peshtemal also means you don't have to launder it as often and when you do it takes up less space in the machine than standard loop and pile towels do.

Woven to 180cm in length means it can also be used as a scarf, a sarong and as (our favourite) table linen.

A gorgeous and versatile piece that can be be used both at home and away and an ideal gift for you or a loved one.

Pair is with the Silas hand, hair, tea towel and napkin for a complete set. 

Size: 90 x 180 cm

Weight: 400 gms

Fabric: 100% OEKO TEX Certified Cotton

Details:

Traditionally by family ateliers in Denizli and Buldan

Suitable for indoor or outdoor use

Vegan friendly

20 year replace or repair guarantee

Committed to quality and craftsmanship

Love and Care

  • Wash with similar colours at 30º
  • Avoid fabric conditioner
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not dry clean

Lüks Recommended Uses...

  • Towel
  • Scarf
  • Table Linen
  • Sarong

Please Note

As this is a unique, hand made product there may be slight colour and size variations.

For more information on this product please email info@igolo.org

Delivery & Packaging
Delivery fee is £3.95 and free shipping for orders over £50.
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Luks Linen

As a small business with big dreams Lüks is committed to the ethical production of all of their products, they curate with utility, joy and timeless style working with master weavers and family ateliers in the regions of Denizli and Hatay in Turkey.