Anglo-Saxon tea towel (British Museum exclusive)

    SKU: cmck46090

    Now £3.99 Members' price * Was £5.99


    A cotton tea towel with Anglo-Saxon style illustrations.

    Created especially for the British Museum, this tea towel is inspired by Anglo-Saxon jewellery in the Museum's collections.

    The seven centuries of the Anglo-Saxon period in England (c. 400-1100 AD) were a time of extraordinary transformation in almost every aspect of its culture, producing an explosion of artistic creativity. Anglo-Saxon craftsmanship in metalwork displays highly distinctive stylistic features.

    This design, based on brooches from this period, depicts the sophisticated craft of this early jewellery.

    The tea towel is made in England from 100% cotton.


    Product code: cmck46090
    Details: Designed by the Museum's in-house team
    Exhibition: Vikings
    World culture: Anglo-Saxon England
    Size: 67cm x 47cm
    Materials: 100% cotton
    Weight: 0.065kg
    Standard UK delivery: 5 working days. Overseas times may vary

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