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Long before it became synonymous with junk emails, spam was beloved of Monty Python fans and remembered perhaps a little less fondly by people forced to eat it during wartime rationing.
Gillian Kyle has chosen to celebrate this retro meat product in her Spam Tea Towel. The 100% cotton tea towel features a line drawing in brown of the tinned meat. The design, thankfully, is much more appealing than a tin of the dubious meat product itself.
It costs £7.50 from To Dry For.