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Kisho Reversible Guest Hand Towel Melange, Charcoal

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Item Description

The Kisho Melange Bath Collection is a perfect mixture of soft and absorbent. The reversible collection is sewn with a unique Japanese manufacturing technique using two threads that give the soft feel of terry cloth on one side and high absorbency on the other side. Minimalist design, exquisite quality and great attention to detail are the trademarks of Japanese company Uchino, the leading brand of luxurious textiles for the bath.


  • Made of 100% Okotex Cotton.

About blomus

Beauty, function and quality are at the core of all blomus products. By combining Scandinavian design and German craftsmanship, they have achieved a unique look that is at once striking and simple. blomus has been making beautiful and functional home decor for the European market since 1961.
  • Overall: 0.2"H x 13.4"W x 15.8"L
  • Color: Charcoal
  • Weight: 0.12 lbs
  • Material: Cotton
  • Warranty: 2 year manufacturer's defect
  • Cotton
  • Weight: 0.13 Lbs
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  • Thailand
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