Met Opera Cityscape Apron & Tea Towel Set

Price: $46.95 / $37.56 Members: $33.80

In-Stock

Item: 10072839

Description

Met Opera Cityscape Apron & Tea Towel Set

Designed exclusively for the Met Opera Shop, this vibrant tea towel features a modern cityscape design depicting overlapping silhouettes of musical instruments, iconic New York City skyscrapers and the famous five-arched Met Opera House printed in eye-popping colors on white.

On both the apron and the towel, a single Sputnik chandelier and three operatic figures take center stage against layers of orange, aqua, yellow, blue, hot pink and light green.

Both are made of 100% white cotton twill. The apron is worn over the head and has adjustable black straps for a comfortable fit. Measures 28” wide x 43” long. The tea towel has a handy hanging loop and measures 17 ½” wide x 27 ½” long. The Met Opera logo is printed at the top of each in black and light grey.

The Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center has stood as a masterpiece of mid-century design since its opening in 1966 and is one of the most architecturally significant landmarks in New York City.

A Met Opera Shop Exclusive

APRON:

  • White & multi-color
  • 100% cotton twill
  • Worn over the head
  • Black adjustable straps
  • 28” W x 43” L
  • Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Design by Yoni Alter
  • Printed in USA

TEA TOWEL:

  • White & multi-color
  • 100% cotton twill
  • 17 ½” W x 27 ½” L
  • Hanging loop
  • ½” sewn hem
  • Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Design by Yoni Alter
  • Printed in USA

 



Read More

History

About The Metropolitan Opera

Founded in 1883, the Metropolitan Opera moved to its Lincoln Center home in 1966.  

The opera house was designed by Wallace K. Harrison. Five distinctive arches clad in white travertine form the entrance. The lobby is dominated by a cantilevered stairway, two murals by Marc Chagall, and 11 crystal chandeliers resembling constellations or starbursts.

The two paintings by Marc Chagall decorate the front lobby. On the south wall is “The Triumph of Music,” on the north wall is “The Sources of Music.” There are also statues by Aristide Maillol and Wilhelm Lehmbruck.

The crystal chandeliers in both the lobby and auditorium were conceived by Tad Leski of Harrison & Abramovitz and the design developed and fabricated by Hans Harald Rath of J. & L. Lobmeyr of Vienna.

Numerous portraits of great Met artists of the past are on display in Founders Hall, on the lower level of the lobby, and costume and memorabilia displays can be found in several locations in the lobby.
 

starstarstarstarstar Write the first review

No reviews have been written for this product.
Be the first one!  – Write a Review


(0) CART 212.799.3100 x2399
Discover Special Savings in Every Category Shop Now Discover Special Savings in Every Category Shop Now

Stay in the Loop

Don't miss out on new arrivals, exclusive sales, special events, and more.

close (X)