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Renkli Peshtemal

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Renkli Peshtemal

This is our beautiful Renkli peshtemal in a kaleidoscope of shades of pink, red, turquoise, light blue, dark blue, grey and cream. We’ve named it Renkli’ which means ‘colourful’ in Turkish. One of our lighter-weight peshtemals, these ethically made Turkish towels are handwoven in Buldan, on traditional wooden hand looms. Made from fine-grade 100% Turkish cotton, this collection is distinguished by its use of fine, delicate threads in the weaving process. Renkli is woven with a small zig-zag pattern using at least ten contrasting colours to create dimension and texture. These peshtemals feel especially soft and drape beautifully for use as towels, shawls, wraps and throws. 

 

So how do we use our Renkli peshtemals? 

Our Renkli peshtemals have made great birthday gifts for family and friends, and have found new homes hanging on towel rails, draped across armchairs and worn as beautiful shawls and wraps! One of our cream Renkli’s has even made it into the dining room, taking the limelight as a stunning table runner! 

 

Fabric

100% Turkish Cotton

 

Size

100cm x 177cm   

  

Details 

Hand loomed -  as each product is individually made, colour and size may vary slightly

Machine Washable. 

Quick drying, lightweight and compact, making it excellent for storage and travel

Suitable for indoor use

 

Looking after me...

  • Wash before you use for the first time
  • Wash with similar colours at 30º
  • Do not dry clean

 

Take a look at our Care Guide here for more tips and advice about looking after your Turkish Towel 

 

We think our Renkli peshtemals are perfect for...                    

  • Bath or hand towel                                          
  • Scarf, shawl and wrap
  • Sarong
  • Sofa or armchair throw
  • Table runner
  • Wall hanging
  • Wedding, birthday or house warming gift

 

Important information 

Because our Turkish towels are hand woven you may occasionally find tiny thread pulls and knots in the fabric. This is because during the weaving process threads sometimes catch in the loom and the weavers simply snip the loop and then either push the loose threads back into the weave or knot them up. At Pazaar we think this all adds to the character and uniqueness of each of our peshtemal….no one peshtemal is the same as the other. We endeavour to check all our products before we send them out to customers, but very occasionally a little knot or pulled thread will slip by us. If this happens and you want to return or exchange your peshtemal this is absolutely fine. Please read through the Pazaar Returns Guidance here and we will be more than happy to exchange your peshtemal.