During Mandela's 27 years in prison it was illegal in South Africa to quote his words or have photograph of him, but this did not stop him from becoming a global symbol of the fight against tyranny. The words on this tea towel are from a 1964 speech, but he never abandoned these ideals, and when released in 1990 he emerged with concrete plans for change based on reconciliation.
Bring out your inner surrealist with this playful tea towel, celebrating Dali and his iconic moustache. After all, who wants to be normal? Made from 100% cotton.Measures 35 x 45 cm.
A simple identification chart of 17 of the commonest bumblebee and cuckoo bee species in Britain, just using the proportions and colours of stripes. The eight commonest are at the top - see if you can spot any of the rarer or declining bees below!...
Puzzled about whether Warrant Officer Class 1 outranks a Sub Lieutenant? We're here to help! This ready reference tea towel is available in two versions - one for the UK, including the Civil Service, and the other featuring all the US armed forces, including Starfleet!...
This tea towel is based on William Morris’s design for the membership card of the Democratic Federation, Britain's first organised socialist party. 100% premium cotton (heavy weight, textured finish). Stitched on all four sides. Measures approximately 48 x 73cm. Machine wash at 40 degrees max.We...