Red-Footed Falcon – Tea Towel


A beautiful falcon tea towel featuring unique artwork by Sky Siouki.

Digitally printed onto premium 100% cotton.

Ethically made in the UK.

Part of Sky Siouki’s Flight collection. This design is also available across the full range of kitchenware here.

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Red-Footed Falcon Tea Towel

An incredible illustration of a beautifully feathered red-footed falcon soaring across an abstract background of moody purples and yellow ochre decorates this digitally printed cotton tea towel. This is an entirely unique bird of prey design created using a combination of intricate pencil drawings of wildlife and expressive mixed media painting. The soft, natural texture of the cotton complements Sky’s nature inspired art perfectly. This tea towel is printed onto premium quality cotton and tolerates machine washing well so is suitable for regular use whilst also making a beautiful addition to the kitchen. Alternatively, many Sky Siouki customers choose to use their printed tea towel as a decorative wall hanging or to sew into a cushion or home accessory. Whatever you choose to use it for, it would make a perfect gift for anyone who loves birds of prey.

Part of Sky Siouki’s Birds of Prey series within the Flight collection.

Also available on Sky Siouki’s stone coaster and placemat ranges if you are looking to purchase a matching set of kitchenware.


About Sky Siouki Tea Towels

  • Made from ethically sourced 100% cotton.
  • Digitally printed and hemmed on all four edges in the UK.
  • Tea towel measures approx. 76cm x 48cm (30″ x 19″).
  • Machine washable and suitable for tumble drying. Wash at 30˚C to reduce shrinkage and help care for the environment.
  • Comes folded in a recycled paper band with care instructions printed on it.


All designs are completely unique to Sky Siouki.
Ethically made in the UK.

Additional information

Weight .100 kg
Dimensions 76 × 48 cm

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews


Dinah P.

Love the combination of abstract and drawing.

Helen J.


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