Vintage Cotton Pestemal Turkish Towel

Vintage Cotton Pestemal Turkish Towel

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Pestemal was traditionally used to cover the body in a Turkish hammam or Turkish bath. It has a nearly 600-year history in Anatolia hammam culture.

Throughout history, women in Turkey's eastern Black Sea and Aegean regions weaved this Turkish towel on handlooms. It has a vibrant colour and pattern harmony. Peshtemal is typically woven with cotton, linen, bamboo, and silk yarns.

Vintage Cotton Pestemal Turkish Towel is a stunning example of Turkish Hammam culture.

Vintage Cotton Pestemal Turkish Towel is entirely handmade and hand weaved from pure natural cotton.

Vintage Cotton Pestemal Turkish Towel is a nice piece of home decor as well as a fashion accessory.

The pestemal, a centuries-old Ottoman hamam culture staple, was originally designed to help individual bathers maintain their privacy.

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