1960’s Parisian Prints NEW ORLEANS Dish Towel – Suzanne Meister Designer / Unused / RARE

Lets go to the French Quarter!!

FABULOUS 1960's unused New Orleans SIGNED linen tea towel by designer Suzanne Meister for Parisian Prints. Wonderful scenic novelty print.

Charming illustrations of famous Decatur Street Market, Absinthe House and ANTOINE'S Restaurant in New Orleans FRENCH QUARTER. Beautiful light aqua background shows off some of the greatest landmarks in city.

Illustrations printed in BRILLIANT aqua, grey, bronze, gold, black and white. Interspersed are magnificent smaller details including lamp posts, paddle-wheel boats and bricks. Same design printed each towel end.

Towel has original label: "Parisian Prints - All Pure Linen - RN 14788. SUZANNE MEISTER signature bottom right. Circa 1960's.

Colors BRIGHT, measures 29" x 15 5/8" in excellent, crisp, bright, clean, unused condition w/ original folds.

Photos do not fully capture vibrant color hues and EXQUISITE details; wait until you see it up close.

Do not pass up this SCARCE vintage gem; a must have addition to any kitchen dish or tea towel collection!!

Item ID: C126

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