Christy is a long-laid out producer of family materials and is known as the innovator of the primary mechanically created circled cotton towel. The Christy story starts in 1850 with the development of the towel as far as we might be concerned today…
Henry Christy got back to England from Constantinople with an example of circled heap texture which was new toward the Western World. In the wake of concentrating on the texture alongside his innovator sibling, a machine was made which permitted terry drying to be created for a huge scope.
After a year, the primary terry towel was underway and this was displayed at the Great Exhibition in 1851. Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, was given a bunch of these, she promptly requested more and the rest as it's been said is histor.