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Clarence the Lion Tea Towel

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Clarence the Lion Tea Towel

11.00

By Sarah Young

Clarence the Lion's namesake was also cross-eyed and starred in a very old children's programme called Daktari.

Clarence is a silkscreen design on 100% cotton. It can simply be used as a tea-towel/dish -towel (wash at 40 degrees centigrade) or following the easy printed instructions Clarence can be cut out, sewn and stuffed to make a bright, attractive child's toy or cushion.

Alternatively Clarence can filled be with dried beans, pulses or sand to make a door stop.

His stuffed height from base to ear is about 11.8inches (30 cms )

The tea-towel is 32 inches x 19inches (81cms x 48 cms)

The Tea-towel is wrapped around card, in a cellophane sleeve with details of the 3 other designs on the reverse of the printed card label.

Sarah is a painter, printmaker, illustrator and maker. Her work is often narrative, inspired by and referencing myth, folk tales, circus and burlesque imagery. She creates lino and wood cuts, but also works in screen printing and has recently been developing new methods of working in mono print and collograph (printing collage blocks).

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By Sarah Young

Clarence the Lion's namesake was also cross-eyed and starred in a very old children's programme called Daktari.

Clarence is a silkscreen design on 100% cotton. It can simply be used as a tea-towel/dish -towel (wash at 40 degrees centigrade) or following the easy printed instructions Clarence can be cut out, sewn and stuffed to make a bright, attractive child's toy or cushion.

Alternatively Clarence can filled be with dried beans, pulses or sand to make a door stop.

His stuffed height from base to ear is about 11.8inches (30 cms )

The tea-towel is 32 inches x 19inches (81cms x 48 cms)

The Tea-towel is wrapped around card, in a cellophane sleeve with details of the 3 other designs on the reverse of the printed card label.

Sarah is a painter, printmaker, illustrator and maker. Her work is often narrative, inspired by and referencing myth, folk tales, circus and burlesque imagery. She creates lino and wood cuts, but also works in screen printing and has recently been developing new methods of working in mono print and collograph (printing collage blocks).