Plain Napkin Cranberry



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These plain cotton/linen napkins beautifully complement our tablecloths collection in terms of the composition of the fabric and colours. Fantastic for all occasions!

Composition: 50% Cotton, 50% Linen

Machine washable in 40°, hung to dry, it is better not to tumble dry, hot iron when still slightly damp or sprinkle with water. Using a steam iron also makes the job easier. If you would like to save time, an old fashioned laundry with a mangle will give the fabric a great, crisp finish, just like in the old days!

Delivery Time: 3-5 working days.

Returns Policy: If an item is faulty or if you have not received the item that you ordered, please notify us within 48h. We will offer a full refund or exchange policy. This is subject to the goods being returned in a re-saleable and unused condition with proof of purchase. This policy operates for 14 days from invoice date. We would suggest that they are returned using registered mail or special delivery, whilst keeping the postage receipt for proof as all goods remain the customers until they are signed for at our address.

Certain fibres are not always identical in colour and texture from one batch to another so there may be an occasional very slight difference. We make every effort to maintain the highest qualities in manufacture but natural fibres often differ in colour and texture – there may be thinner or thicker strands running through the same weave of the fabric which is not a fault per se but merely presents the nature of the material. Please contact us if you have any queries.

Julia Brendel is a wonderful designer based in Canterbury. Born of Hungarian/Polish Historians of Art, Julia Brendel was imbued with the Culture of Art from an early age. This "Art Conscious" and eclectic environment led Julia to travel widely, gaining first-hand experience of the cultural and aesthetic influences of Art on the practical. After 5 years at the Poznan Academy of Art where she explored product and furniture design, silk painting and mosaics, Julia focused on the techniques of Construction in Art enforcing her commitment to more traditional forms of manufacturing in crafts. The influences of Hungarian and Polish backgrounds and her passion for folk designs, costumes, lace and embroidery led her to widen the search for artistic influence in both cultures.

Julia has lived in the UK for over 20 years and she lives in Kent with her Irish husband and two children.