Gamaldags tea towels

Gamaldags tea towels 

Tea towels with Medieval viking banquet feasting cutlery. Cutlery is a fancy word for silverware or flatware during the Medieval times, which includes forks, knives and spoons. People during the middle Ages primarily used their fingers to eat with. If there was a knife on the table, it was shared with the rest of the family. Table knives didn't come around until about the 16th century. Prior to that, men used pocket knives, daggers, or whatever they may have been carrying on their person at the time. Many medieval families may have had a couple of pieces of cutlery in their possession; it was considered too fancy to be used on a regular basis and was kept in a drawer or put away for special occasion.

The tea towels are made from high quality cotton and are very absorbent. There are two tea towels in each pack.

 


Collections: Færid products, Gjafavara




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