Ekin Peshtemal in Saffron
This beautiful double layered cotton peshtemal has a simple chain weave design, which is finely woven by family ateliers in Turkey. It’s hand finished with a subtle contrasting trim and twisted knot fringing.
Lightweight and quick drying, it is as big as a bath sheet, but rolls or folds down to about a quarter of the size, making it ideal for travel.
Peshtemals make a beautiful oversized scarf, towel or throw. They are made from OEKO Tex certified Turkish cotton and traditionally woven by family ateliers.
•100cm x 180cm
•Made in Turkey
Love & Care
•Avoid fabric conditioner
•Do not tumble dry
•Do not dry clean
•Avoid contact with bleach
Delivery & Returns
Deliveries to most London postcodes are dispatched using our Zero Emissions carrier and will be with you next day.
We aim to dispatch postal orders to the rest of the UK using Royal Mail First Class within 24 hours Monday - Friday. Shipping is free for orders over £50.
Click and Collect
You can collect your order from the store 7 days a week during opening hours. Most orders will be available to collect same day. More
We hope you love your order, but if you do change your mind you can return your purchase to us within 30 days for a refund. Please write your order number on the parcel when you return it. More
About Luks Linen
Lüks work with master weavers and artisans to produce a range of hand loomed cotton peshtemals, blankets & cushions inspired by Turkish cultural heritage.
Lüks Linen partner with local family run ateliers in Turkey who use locally grown cotton which is spun, dyed and woven in the area in which it is cultivated, thus cutting down on transportation and the carbon footprint.
All the fabrics and materials used are locally grown, spun, dyed and woven. The brand is committed to becoming certified organic, and currently around 30% of the range is GOTS certified. This is largely dictated by the ateliers, as small family businesses are not always able to pay the annual certification fee.
Lüks products are named after the children of the ateliers from which they originate.
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