Aga/Range Towel with Poppers

£9.95
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Aga/Range Towel with Poppers

Traditional English style range roller towel. Poppers fasten the towel around the rail of your Aga, Rayburn, range, or cooker. 85% cotton, 15% linen and very hardwearing. Towels measure 44cm wide and 82cm unrolled (41 cm when fastened to rail). Available in Cream with Navy Stripes, Cream with Green Stripes, Cream with Red Stripes, Natural Stripes (Shades of Cream) and Solid Black. 

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    AGA/Range towel

    Posted by Penny Cornelius on 5th Mar 2019

    Very pleased to have this AGA range towel. Had previously purchased one in blue during our time in England. We are now back in the US and I wanted to purchase a red one for our second home in the mountains. Item is well made. Homestead Farm Supplies was the only vendor that would ship to the US. Received my order in very good time. Thank you.

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