Cumbrian Insults - Tea Towel

Inspired by Lakeland

£7.00




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Colourful retorts from the northwest frontier. 

As the vernacular disappears from the English language, our new tea-towel is a celebration of some of Cumbria's finest historic insults. 

Elegant artwork by Kendal-based Evelyn Sinclair illustrates 24 choice Cumberland and Westmorland putdowns, from 'Duddy Fuddiel' (ragged fellow) to 'Swag Belly't' (corpulent around the stomach); 'Stinjy Aal Carl' (bad-tempered old man) to 'Windy Bags' (an incessant talker).

Screen-printed in Britain on 100% premium cotton.

 

Read about the artist/maker, here.

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