Affina Ventalina Organic Cotton Towels Plum
Affina Ventalina Organic Cotton Towels Plum
Affina Ventalina Organic Cotton Towels Plum
sea fan
Affina Ventalina Organic Cotton Towels Plum
Affina Ventalina Organic Cotton Towels Plum
Affina Ventalina Organic Cotton Towels Plum
Ventalina Plum 3-Pc Organic Towel Set

Ventalina Plum 3-Pc Organic Towel Set

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Sculpted in a natural Gorgonia Ventalina (Sea Fan) pattern, our Ventalina 3-piece 100% organic cotton bath towel set is woven by some of the finest towel weavers in Portugal. These 640 gsm weight towels have a sculpted pattern in soft terry velour on the front and a solid loop terry back. Available in Plum.

3-pc set includes: one 30”x56” bath towel, one 16x30” hand towel, one 13x13” washcloth.

Water Symbol
GORGONIA VENTALINA  I  Common Sea Fan
Gorgonia Ventalina, or the common sea fan, is a species of coral with a branching, fan-shaped skeleton that grows in colonies. The elaborately textured fans in brilliant hues wave gracefully underwater, as the ocean’s vibrant surprise.

FEATURES

  • 100% Organic Cotton
  • Low-Impact, Fiber Reactive Dyes
  • GOTS Certified
  • Certification of the organic fibres complies with USDA (NOP) National Organic Program rules
  • STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified by Citive #133
  • Made in Portugal

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