Kitty van der Mijll Dekker Bauhaus glass Cloth
At a time when drying towels were generally red and blue checked, Kitty van der Mijll Dekker, who studied at the Bauhaus, designed a unique glass cloth in 1935. The design, a collection piece now, was immediately praised by the press. By reissuing the item in a limited edition by TextielMuseum celebrates 100 years of Bauhaus heritage. The cloth is woven in the TextielLab, on a Dornier weaving loom from 1969, also from our collection.
|Designer||Kitty van der Mijll - Dekker|
|Dimensions||L66 x W64 cm|
|Material||50% organic cotton / 50% linen|
|Shrinkage||± 7% shrinkage after first wash|
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