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Peranakan Teapots Tea Towel

Peranakan Teapots Tea Towel

Regular price $28.80 SGD
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Introducing our Peranakan Teapots Tea Towel Collection, featuring a beautiful hand watercolored pattern inspired by the rich and vibrant Peranakan culture! Our Peranakan Tea Pot designs were inspired by the colorful over-glazed enameled porcelain that was once part and parcel of a Nyonya household. The phoenix and peonies were the most distinctively pervasive in Nyonya wares. The phoenix is symbolic of rebirth, fire, fertility, and stability. The peonies represent feminine beauty, riches, love and affection, honor, and happiness.

Nyonya ware in recent years has attained the status of collector’s items, and our Peranakan Teapots Tea Towel is the perfect way to add a touch of this cultural heritage to your home. And with their stunning design and high-quality construction, they make thoughtful and practical gifts for any tea lover or collector in your life. So why settle for plain and boring tea towels when you can add a touch of Peranakan culture and tradition to your kitchen with our Peranakan Tea Pots Tea Towel Collection?

All patterns are printed from Singlapa’s watercolour paintings.


Size: 43 x 73 cm


  • Comb Twill Peach 100% cotton 180 gsm.
  • High quality textile printing from Thailand with international printing technology certification (OEKO-TEX standard 100)


Cotton twill tea towels are decorative and super absorbent. ‘Twill’ refers to the type of weaving pattern used when constructing the fabric. Which in this case is a series of diagonal and parallel ribs. This pattern gives the fabric a durable and attractive quality. So combined with cotton which is super absorbent, makes these tea towels a natural choice for any commercial kitchen.

  • Super Absorbent
  • Heavy Duty
  • Machine Washable

Care Instructions

  • Do not dry clean or bleach
  • Machine washable on 40 degrees with similar colours. 
  • Iron on the reverse only with a warm iron
  • Do not tumble dry or only on low heat

All patterns are printed from Singlapa’s watercolour paintings.

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