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Capitola Wharf Hand Towel featuring the photograph Capitola Wharf by Christiane Schulze Art And Photography

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Capitola Wharf Hand Towel

$17.00

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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels.   Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption.   The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton.   Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

Ships Within

1 - 2 business days

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Thank you very much Cindy.

Christiane, great capture of some beautiful waves. f/l

Thank you very much I J T.

Thank you very much Gloria.

Thank you very much Brenda.

Thank you very much Tessa.

Thank you very much Ruth.

Very nice beach and so cool waves. The wharf looks awesome from this corner going deep in the water. Well done. Voted.

stunning work Chris such a beautiful scene and lovely mood created by the lighting and treatment fabulous fv

Beautiful image of the ocean and beach Chris! This is where I would love to be! I love the ocean and this looks so inviting! v/f

What a nice capture Christiane. Ruth

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Hand Towel Reviews (85)

Average Rating (4.82 Stars):

September 16th, 2018

Ditto the review for the Penguins towel!

September 16th, 2018

We are extremely pleased! The artwork was exactly what we were looking for and the towel quality is superior. Great birthday gift for my son who couldn’t have been more excited upon opening the gift! This is my second time purchasing from you and I will continue to do so, as well as spread the word. Keep up the great work!!

September 15th, 2018

The quality of the towel and image was excellent. It was a gift and the recipient was extremely happy! Sure glad I found your website!

September 4th, 2018

Fine

September 3rd, 2018

Pen Sherwood's Amitors artwork goes anywhere with Diana Kisselburg's words! Many years ago, my uncle Thomas (Tom) Phillip Hufford asked me to come up with a word the opposite of predator. Amitor is that word. Ami: Fr. friend, Amigo: Sp. friend, Amity: Eng. harmony, Ami: Formosa, Taiwan. Giraffe: non predatory animal unless young attacked. Butterflies: live, love, laugh, hope. Survive, thrive and inspire others. Pen Sherwood offered to do this Amtor artwork for free sharing the copyright with me for my Amitor concept. Amitor Tom would be so proud. Diana Hays Kisselburg

Artist's Description

Copyright: Christiane Schulze The original settlement now known as Capitola grew out of what was then called Soquel Landing. Soquel Landing got its name from a wharf located at the mouth of Soquel Creek. This wharf, which dates back to the 1850s, served as an outlet for the produce and lumber grown in the interior. In 1865, Captain John Pope Davenport, a whaleman at Monterey, moved his operations to be near the wharf. Unable to capture any whales, he moved his operations the following year to Point A�o Nuevo. In 1869, Frederick A. Hihn, who owned the property in the vicinity of the wharf, decided to develop it as a seaside resort. At first he leased the area to Samuel A. Hall and the area became known as Camp Capitola. Most authorities believe that it was Hihn who chose the name of Capitola, but they are unsure as to why he did so. Several possibilities have been asserted, one being that it was named for the heroine of The Hidden Hand, a novel by the popular author E.D.E.N. Southw...

About Christiane Schulze Art And Photography

All Artwork is Registered and Orginal Artwork of Christiane Schulze. All rights Reserved and Copyrighted to Christiane W. Schulze and protected by US and International Copyright Law. Copying and/or distributing these images without my permission is strictly prohibited. PLEASE NOTICE: THE WATERMARK WILL NOT APPEAR ON PRINTS Christiane W. Schulze was born in Dortmund / Germany Exhibition: Gallery Artodrom Berlin 2011 Art Beijing April 2012 Sparkasse Castrop-Rauxel 25.10.12-06.12.12 Praxis for Physiotherapy Schueller&Kivelitz Castrop-Rauxel 24.05.2017-27.10.2017 @christianeschulze folgen My blog

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