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Bridge of Sighs Tea Towel


The Bridge of Sighs in Cambridge, England, is named after the famous bridge in Venice. This bridge connects two parts of St John's College, Cambridge, over the River Cam.

The Cambridge Bridge of Sighs was built in 1831 and was designed by architect Henry Hutchinson. Like its Venetian namesake, it is also an enclosed bridge made of stone with ornate details.

Product details & Care
  • 100% Cotton
  • Measures approx 70cm x 50cm
  • Wash at 30 and iron on reverse
  • Hemmed sides
  • Hanging loop
  • Proudly printed in the UK
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As a small business I am keen to support other small businesses wherever possible. All my business supplies are sourced from independent retailers.

About Tabitha

I am passionate about capturing a memory, whether it's of your favourite holiday, your home town or your Wedding. I do this by creating travel prints inspired by the old railway posters. I create everything in house using Adobe Illustrator. Personalisation is free and if I don't have a print you'd like in the range, just ask me!


Tea Towels are fulfilled directly from my printer who despatch orders within 1-2 days and post everything via tracked 48 postage.