- Product Detail
- Care Instructions
- DESIGN "Chanteclair" FABRIC 60% Cotton/40% Polyester AVAILABLE SIZES Round 70cm diameter AVAILABLE COLOURS Ecru/Green ALL ITEMS IN "Chanteclair" DESIGN Square Tablecloth (145x145cm), Rectangle Tablecloth (145x270cm), Placemat (50x37cm), Table Runner (50x170cm), Table Square (70x70cm), Cushion Cover (50x50cm), Round Hand Towel (70cm diameter).
- Cold wash with mild detergent. Line dry in shade. Warm tumble dry - remove immediately. Warm iron on reverse side. Do not bleach. Do not dry clean.
"Chanteclair" Round Hand Towel
The Gallic rooster, colloquially named Chanteclair, is a national emblem of France. During the Renaissance, the rooster became a symbol of France and was a popular Christian image on weathervanes, also known as "weathercocks". The rooster was featured on the reverse of French 20-franc gold pieces from 1899 to 1914 and is depicted on countless statues and memorials. Today, it is often used as a national mascot, particularly in sporting events such as soccer and rugby. The 1998 FIFA World Cup, hosted by France, adopted a rooster named "Footix" as the mascot.