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Cloth in the 3er set, turquoise

Brand: Solwang

Seller: Kolonial - Feinkost & Buch Augsburg

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One of our absolute favourites!

The cloth by Solwang design from Denmark are not only beautiful to look at, but also really useful. Made of 100% cotton knit the cloth touch her nice soft and are suitable also for cleaning sensitive surfaces. And if necessary, the cloths can be given simply in the next washing machine.

No matter whether in tone with the kitchen, Maggie or just favorite color - the colourful dish cloths complement every household perfect! Also a super gift for the next invitation - instead of flowers.

The cloth were examined from the Technical Institute in Denmark on color retention, absorbency, ingredients and inlet properties .

Material: 100% cotton, at 60 ° C washable. Size 25 x 25 cm
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Kolonial - Feinkost & Buch
Augsburg's first shop for spiritual and bodily nourishment.
"Kolonial", the business to dream and enjoy, located at the foot of Mount Perlach, in the Lech neighborhood overlooking the Stadtmetzg. It is Augsburg's new specialty store for gourmets who can cook and the rice is not the same rice, tea is not the same tea and salt is not just salt. And it is also a meeting place for book lovers, for the book is not the same book. Who has taste, will find a friend for good food and good literature in "colonial".
In the "colonial" encounters Delicatessen Literature & vice versa: Martin Suter ("The Cook") applies to "Monkey 47", a Dry Gin from the Black Forest, Donna Leon ("The Brunetti guest") to handpicked Tricana-sardines from Lisbon, Dominik Flammer and Sylvan Müller ("the culinary heritage of the Alps") on a farmhouse bacon, which is a real South Tyrol, and Jan Weiler ("Maria, He Does not do") on a risotto rice, which the best-selling author a "Mamma mia" elicits. "Kolonial" is a literary cooking and culinary reading.