Pineapple Print Tea Towel
Pineapples have long been a symbol—although a complicated one—of Newport and Hawaii (two places Doris called home). This custom printed, hand-sewn tea towel features a detail from one of Doris Duke’s Ungaro dresses—a vibrant, cozy dress perfect for enjoying her Hawaiian paradise home, Shangri-La.
Both beautiful and practical, it has a handy cloth loop on the back so you can display your tea towel when it’s not in use.
Detail of dress, ca.1985
Emanuel Ungaro (1933-2019), France
Gift of Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art
17" by 26"
Also available in "My Decision is Maybe and That's Final," "Sorte Sua Contentus," Chinese Wallpaper, and Floral Wallpaper
For first washing, rinse separately from other laundry with cold water. Following the rinse, run a normal cycle with cold water and detergent. Machine dry on high. Wash normally in cold water for subsequent washings. Can be dry cleaned. Do not bleach.