The historic Liberty Bell, drawn, labeled + screenprinted onto washable lint-free floursack cotton kitchen towels. The Liberty Bell originally hung in the steeple of Independence Hall, in its early years the bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens about public meetings and proclamations. (Now it mostly just attracts tourists who wonder why it's important).
These tea towels only get better as you wash them - perfect for drying dishes or just making your kitchen look awesome. They make a really great gift!
Each 100% towel measures approximately 26 " x 26".
Milled + printed in the US on white cotton.
Machine washable, tumble dry, iron as needed, but we don't recommend using bleach.
Although most items ship within 3 days after payment is received please allow up to 7 days for shipping.
If you have a date that you would like your order to arrive for (a party, wedding, birthday, etc), please let us know this at the time you place your order, and we will do everything in our power to help your gift arrive on time.
Girls Can Tell products feature original diagram illustrations drawn by Sara Selepouchin in Philadelphia, Pa.
Some of the landmarks that make Austin great, drawn, labeled + screenprinted onto washable lint-free...