Bergama peshtemal towel
The Bergama peshtemal towel is a simple flat weave in 100% natural cotton, inspired by the 1940s in cream with navy stripes.
If you like utilitarian textiles, or need to save space, then this functional and versatile towel is for you.
Lightweight, absorbent and quick drying, the Bergama also looks great draped or rolled in baskets in the bathroom and even as table linen for a rustic country kitchen look.
It’s versatile weave is also an excellent as a scarf or wrap.
190 x 100cm
You can see all Luks Linen peshtemals, towels and scarves here.
Delivery & Details
- All Lüks Linen products are made with natural and ethical fabrics
- Each product is individually loomed and knotted, so there may be slight variations in colour and size
- Machine washable with similar colours at 30º, do not tumble dry or dry clean
- We recommend you wash Luks Linen products before use to relax the fabric and release the natural starch that is in the cotton.
- Ideal for indoor and outdoor use
- 20 year replace or repair guarantee
Delivery & Returns
Products are normally dispatched within maximum 3-5 working days if in stock. Once dispatched, products are normally delivered in 2-3 working days. If something is marked out of stock, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve it.
I’m happy to arrange international shipping upon request. Please contact email@example.com for shipping costs.
Your order will be sent directly by Luks Linen (who receives your name and address), as instructed by Chalk & Moss. Standard Chalk & Moss returns policy applies.
Shipping your order within the UK is charged at a flat rate of £5.95. If you spend more than £100, shipping is free!
Please note that shipping for furniture must be calculated according to each order. So to avoid incurring an additional charge after you’ve made a purchase, I suggest contacting me first for an accurate quote on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The delivery method varies, depending on the product and quantity you buy.
If you’d like something delivered outside the UK, do drop me a line here and I’ll arrange this for you.
A flat rate shipping cost will show on checkout. However, large or delicate orders will incur an extra shipping cost after you place your order. You’ll have the right to cancel your order at that point, if you’re not happy with the additional cost.
The flat rate generally applies to lighter items and are as follows:
Mainland Europe: £12.95
North America: £25
Please drop me a line before you place your order on email@example.com. I’ll give you an accurate shipping cost (which could be less or more than the flat rate) and take you through the order if you’d like to go ahead, thus avoiding an additional charge post order.
Please note; you may be charged for local import duties and customs charges on the arrival of the goods in your country, outside the UK. This is out of our control and you are responsible for paying any such charges.
About the Designer
Myer Halliday’s creates a beautifully curated collection of mugs, jugs, platters, vases and more, slipcast using parian.
Parian is a form of self-glazing porcelain popularised in the Victorian era for it’s remarkable marble like quality and the ability to mould it in liquid form. It’s a refined material that becomes like glass at melting point. The Parian is poured into a mould to set.
Parian is a distinctly British material, made to a secret recipe only in Stoke-on-Trent. Stoke is renowned worldwide for supporting independent makers.
Myer’s extensive understanding of parian allows him to play with it and create a deliciously tactile texture in contemporary forms, patterns and monochrome finishes.
The pieces are sold in a choice of bone, concrete, jet and marble, plus a series of delicate patterns.
Each piece is sanded, and patterns are applied by hand using ceramic inks, enamels and glazes. He signs each piece on the base.
Myer’s work is liveable, plain and simple. Let your fingers glide across the smooth surface, as a daily connection to the beauty of natural materials.
Having trained at Glasgow School of Art, Myer Halliday works in his studio in Edinburgh, Scotland.
If you don’t see the pattern or colour you love listed in the product selection dropdown list, just drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org and magic will be worked!
These pieces are hand made for you upon placing your order. So enjoy the wait, knowing it will be unique to you. Anticipation is half the pleasure!