Lawn Bowling Tea Towel Lawn Bowls Sir Walter Raleigh 1960s Linen History
This is a wonderful linen tea towel or dish towel featuring the history of Lawn Bowls from the 1960s.
The linen lawn bowling tea towel, glass cloth or dish towel measures 30 inches high by 18.75 inches wide and is in near excellent condition with original foil sticker in an used condition and has never been washed,
The lawn bowling tea towel features history, technique and the famous vignette of Sir Walter Raleigh having his game of bowls being interrupted by the attack of the Spanish Armada in 1588.
Of interest, is that the towel was made in Poland but was designed in Australia for a UK firm.
The tea towel, dish towel or glass cloth is a great souvenir of a very picturesque sport or pastime and a wonderfully decorative kitchen or tea table item.
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