- Pattern: Spirit of ’76
- Made in: USA
- Vintage: 1976
- This is a very appropriate kitchen towel for your 4th of July Celebration. It has a printed image by Kay Dee, which we’re calling Spirit of ’76, based on the original painted by Archibald MacNeal Willard in 1875. The towel has a 1976 calendar, and it was probably part of the bicentennial celebration in someone’s kitchen. On the bottom is printed: “Dakin Farms”, might have been an advertisement giveaway, gift for customers or a promotional item for that store. Printed in very small letters: “Hand Printed by Kay Dee”. It has an opening on top for you to insert a dowel if you wish to display it with one. Doesn’t look like this towel has been used, only as decor, there are no signs of laundering and the colors are still very bright. These are machine washable but will most likely need to be ironed since it is linen. Perfect symbol of Americana and perfect for your kitchen decor.
- Materials: Linen
- Dimensions: 30.0 inches Long and 17.5 inches Wide
- Condition: Vintage – Used. Very Good Vintage Condition. There are two very small stains, one on top and one on the left side margin, we did not launder this towel, these will most likely wash out if treated. We photographed each one separately for you. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. All sales final. Please remember these are ANTIQUE and VINTAGE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
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Kay Dee is a brand of Cliff Price & Company established in 1951 as a hand-printer of linen towels and calendar towels. They are still in business, and operate out of rural Hope Valley, Rhode Island and continue to make kitchen textiles, and other printed items.