Contrast Edge Linen Dinner Napkin in Natural - 1 Each
Deborah Rhodes' linens are made in Europe in the same factory that has been creating her signature weaves for 10 years. The factory is unique in that it converts raw flax grown in France and Belgium into linen threads. The hand knotted weave of these napkins is created here. The fabric is then transformed into these fine 100% linen dinner napkins with unique contrast edge detailing.
- Made of 100% Linen
- Features bright green contrast stitch edge.
- Single Napkin
- 22" x 22"
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Standard Shipping: 2-7 business days depending on your address.
Two Day Shipping: 2-3 business days depending on the time of day when your order is placed and warehouse processing time.
Express Overnight Shipping: 1-2 business days depending on the time of day when your order is placed and warehouse processing time.
Extended US Shipping: 7-10 business days depending on your location.
Priority Mail to Canada: 8-12 business days depending on your location.
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|Product Type:||Cloth Dinner Napkins|
|Collection Name:||Deborah Rhode's Napkins|
|Product Dimensions:||22" x 22"|
|Country of Origin:||Lithuania|
|Care Instructions:||Machine wash cold water on gentle cycle. Do not use bleach (bleaching may weaken fabric & cause yellowing). Do not use fabric softener. Wash dark colors separately. Do not wring. Line dry or tumble dry on low heat. Remove while still damp. Steam iron on "linen" setting.|
|Artist or Collection:||Deborah Rhodes|
|Artist or Collection Biography:||Deborah Rhodes grew up in the Deep South where she was taught from an early age to set a beautiful table. There is a great sense of pride and American tradition there, which is deeply rooted in all she creates. However, early on in life, she made a move towards something much bigger. A successful modeling career in LA is what gave her the realization that she wanted to not just wear, but create trends. She moved to New York where she and her husband, Paul, ran a 10,000 square foot studio and workshop in the heart of New York City’s garment district creating some of the most sought-after fashion accessories of the 80’s and 90’s. As exciting as this was, the fashion world presented a major trial for Deborah. The demanding industry's requirement of her to design and produce five collections each year caused her to feel she was losing her ability to creatively express herself. A new opportunity opened up when a valued customer, boutique department store Henri Bendel, approached her to make placemats. To these new products, she naturally applied her tried and true millinery techniques to conjure up what is now known as her signature “Original Braided Round Placemat”. Her first mats were even made on hat machines.|