Tea Towel - Beehive
The Beehive, opened in 1977 by the Queen, is the executive wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings. Designed by the Scottish architect Basil Spense, the Beehive gets its name from its shape that is similar to a traditional form of woven beehive called a "skep". The brown roof is due to its construction from 20 tonnes of hand welded and seamed copper.
These tea towels are the perfect purchase - iconic image, stylish design, necessary and inexpensive. They make a great gift because they are unbreakable and cheap to post. If they are not being sent around the globe how about buying one to jazz up a bottle of wine for that important friend? Tres chique!
750mm by 510mm ; 100% cotton; 75gsm.
Designed and printed in New Zealand.