A set of two tea towels or dish cloths screen printed in a fun, bold, black and white design. The design name ‘Slàinte mhath!’ means ‘good health!’ in Scots Gaelic and they are all about celebrating the sharing (or drying) of a glass or a cuppa with good company. The monochromatic, contemporary, abstract print would look great in any modern home, and make a lovely housewarming present.
Designed and manufactured in the UK on a heavy weight 100% cotton.
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‘Slàinte mhath!’ – Is a bold black and white set of two screen printed T-towels or dishcloths. The monochromatic positive and negative versions of the abstract design are ideal for a modern home and would make a lovely house warming gift.
These quirky black and white tea towels are a contemporary design celebrating the sharing (or drying) of a glass or a cuppa with good company.
The call and response reflected in the positive and negative designs and in the naming of the design as ‘Slàinte / Slàinte mhath’. When raising a glass in Scotland you often say ‘Cheers!’ by saying the Gaelic ‘Slàinte!’. It is pronounced ‘slange’. Literally meaning; ‘health’ and the response to this toast is ‘Slàinte mhath!’ or ‘good health!’ and pronounced ‘slange i va!’.
‘Slàinte’ to you all!
Set of 2 tea towels. Designed and manufactured in the UK. 100% cotton and machine washable at 40º.
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Tanya Paget is the artist and designer behind Albaquirky. She set up the label as she wanted to make products that people could use to express their own identity and individuality, sometimes quietly and sometimes loudly!
Tanya has spent her life involved in the art and design world, she loves sharing with others the joy of shapes, colours, marks, meanings, connections, magic and individuality.
The label name comes from her roots as a Scot (Alba), her continued creative fascination with the Scottish landscape, alongside what she wants to offer with the designs; quirkiness, something a little different, pattern for individuals.