In the early 19th century, oysters were cheap and mainly eaten by the working class. Throughout the 19th century, oyster beds in New York harbor became the largest source of oysters worldwide. Oysters' popularity has put ever-increasing demands on wild oyster stocks. This scarcity increased prices, converting them from their original role as working-class food to their current status as an expensive delicacy.
This Oyster motif embroidered towel is designed by Timothy De Clue. Made with organic fibers of linen, and cotton. filled with rustic Italian charm, these woven towels infuse your kitchen with classic herringbone and rich Mediterranean colors. A great choice for a host gift. 27" x 23" 60% linen, 40% cotton Machine-wash Made in Italy.
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