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Absorbent Hand Towel

$16.5 - 59.00

Refined stripes lend their playful edge to this absorbent bath towel of 100% long staple combed Aegean cotton. Ribbed 650-gram terry front and back. These towels are rigorously tested for harmful substances and meet Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX. Striped dobby hem at both ends. Sides are finished with a clean white hem. Made in Turkey. Striped cotton bath towels by Garnet Hill.

$18.5 - 60.00

Made from fine Egyptian cotton mixed with bamboo rayon, these plush and velvety Turkish-terry bath towels are a sophisticated addition to any bath. Absorbent in a blend of cotton and rayon derived from bamboo. Gets thicker and plusher with use and washing. Towels meet Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX. Thick and luxurious 700-gram terry. Made in Turkey. By Garnet Hill.

$10.00 - 27.00

Made of the finest long-staple Egyptian cotton, these iconic Signature Garnet Hill Bath Towels carry on a proud tradition of simplicity, quality design, and bold original color. The extra-thick 600-gram terry cotton has long loops that are specially finished to provide maximum absorbency. These towels meet Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX. Double-stitched hems for durability, Striped dobby hem at both ends. Specially finished for maximum absorbency. Generously sized, towels are made in Turkey ...

$19.5 - 69.00

Crafted in pure organic cotton, these extrasoft, spa-quality bath towels are as elegant as they are effective. Luxe 600-gram weight and a low-twist yarn for the ultimate in plush pampering. The bath towels feature a crinkled border on one hem. 100% organic cotton. EILEEN FISHER Home exclusively by Garnet Hill.

$20.5 - 70.00

Pure cotton is combined with Belgian linen for a luxurious, spa-worthy bath towel that has exceptional absorbency and an unrefined, natural feel. High loops alternate with low loops to create a dimensional ribbed pile that is subtly soft, yet invigorating against the skin. 600-gram weight. These towels meet Standard 100 by OEKO-TEX. Made in Turkey. EILEEN FISHER Home exclusively by Garnet Hill.