COTTON TOWEL WITH VINTAGE EYELET
"Towel cloth woven with a machine like an old antique with a resonating clanking sound has a unique texture. Some fraying, thread jumping, weaving scratches and the like were unavoidable because of the performance of the machine, but it was necessary to allow this to some extent. If new machines are used to weave, equal beauty can be achieved, but the product is dull and uninspired. Compared to pile towels, the water absorbency is inferior but towels woven with the old style of plain weave and twill weave dry easily because of reduced bulk. They are characterized by being less fluffy while still being durable. As we were proudly getting ready to release this product, we came to know the difficulty of working with overseas factories. Somehow they made something different than we had requested without consulting us. Even though we gave them specific instructions, the thread of the weaving was different. We have been involved in creating many products so far, but we have never experienced such a difficult road to completion. After repeated trial and error, this product is finally ready to be sent out to the world."
Approximate Size: H 18 in. x W 18 in.
Approximate Size: H 59 in. x W 40.5 in.
Material: Cotton, Repurposed Fabric(Cotton, others)
*Note: Since the separate cloth part uses repurposed cloth, the color and texture will differ depending on the product. In addition, there could be rust, fading, scratches, dirt on eyelets. There may also be some weaving scratches and fraying on the fabric.
PUEBCO was born in Japan 2007 with the simple notion of creating things instinctively, using found and recycled materials to curate renewed lifestyle items. PUEBCO believes that just as people are the sum of their lived experiences, the objects we share our homes with should carry that same sense of history and weight. By using recycled materials and hand made processes, PUEBCO imbues these objects with the feel of many lifetimes and a sense of history that makes each piece unique. With PUEBCO products, there are no imperfections... they are details meant to be there by design.