Set of 3 Antique Monogrammed European Linen Towels Mismatched & Rustic

Set of 3 Antique Monogrammed European Linen Towels Mismatched & Rustic


A lovely set of 3 large mismatched antique linen towels from the 1700’s! Wonderful for decor, hand or dishtowels, made from gorgeous handwoven, nubby and slubby linen with a little tab for hanging from a hook or peg!

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This is a set of 3 beautiful, antique & rustic towels. Each of these towels is unique, so they will vary in size, condition, tone, weave, material etc. Each of these wonderful antique French hand or dishtowels are made from sturdy hemp linen and cotton thread and date to the late 1700's. One of these has much more cotton content than the others. They are in great condition with only light signs of time and use. The linen fabric is heavy, with a pliable, floppy and smooth, almost softfeel. Each of these towels has a unique monogram all in faded red; “D”, “A” and “PISL”. The textile tones are slightly varied, but they are all a cool natural off-white tone. Each edge is machine stitched with a hem except one edge on one towel which is selvage. There is a small loop tab for hanging on the center top and bottom edge of each towel, except one towel that has stitched holes rather than loops. Great for an authentic rustic farmhouse look! These towels have many more years of use left in them but the fabric of these pieces could also be lovely for small cutting projects, these textiles make stunning pillows, upholstery fabric, etc. (TT59)

MEASUREMENTS : These towels each measure approximately; PISL monogram 30x44, A monogram 25.5x43, D monogram 23x40 inches.

CONDITION : These towels are freshly laundered. Each of these towels has some light wear and a tiny rust stain or two and maybe pale or tiny marks that did not wash fully. The “D” monogram towel has 2 small holes. Generally excellent aged condition!!