French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered

French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered

French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered
FRENCH VINTAGE LINENS AND ANTIQUES. Where You Will Find Beautiful and Unusual Vintage Linens & Apparel and Antiques from France. French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage.

Monogrammed Tablecloth with 12 Matching Napkins in Fine Linen Damask. This is an set of monogrammed napkins with matching tablecloth of exceptionally high quality.

And interestingly the elegant and intricate monogram is'reversible'. It can be read as'NV" or'AN". The fabric itself is a rich and creamy linen in a classic overall damask pattern featuring stars with a classic border.

The linen is clean and white. These lovely French napkins have been beautifully hand embroidered at their center with an elegant flower entwined monogram, the tablecloth with the same monogram in a larger size at each side of center, so that a bouquet of flowers can be placed in the middle. This tablecloth and 12 napkins are in truly superb condition, the linen with no signs of wear, clean and spotless.

It is apparent that these linens were very little used, if at all. 94 1/2 inches by 66 inches. The napkins are a classic European dinner size and measure approx. 27 inches by 34 inches. This tablecloth and its 12 matching napkins will come to you freshly laundered and ironed. So that they are ready to grace an beautifully set table. A very fine set of antique French linens for an elegant table. All we ask is that you notify us as soon as possible (within 7 days) that you would like to return your item for any reason, (other than for damage to, or breakage of, UNINSURED items). We suggest that you take photos as you unwrap items, especially breakables, if you suspect damage.

We will will be able to help you with information for this as stated above, but WE CAN ONLY INITIATE CLAIMS FOR ITEMS LOST TRANSIT. This is not'our' rule but the rule of the French Postal System and there can be no exceptions. If there are questions or problems, please let us know and we'll do our best to work things out. We do our best, in all good faith, to describe our items fully and in detail and to note any of the small'flaws' that are almost inevitable in Vintage and Antique items. Occasionally it is possible that we might miss some little thing--but we try not too.

That may be present on our vintage or antique items. So far we have had 100% satisfaction with our items. Please take a minute to have a look at our Feedback. To that end we make every effort to describe our items accurately and fully and to note any small flaws which are inevitable in these vintage items. Also please see our Comments on Condition and Pricing below.

We welcome and encourage your questions regarding measurements, condition, etc. That will be attached to your parcel. For the protection of our customers and ourselves. We are a fully liscensed and legal business in France. Our Siret Number is 502590573.00015.

Comments on the Condition of the items we sell. Virtually all the items we sell are "vintage" which means they have, in the majority of cases, been used, and are at least 50 to 75, and occasionally even more than 100 years old. Having said that, we do not sell items that are so used that they are obviously heavily worn, faded, or too fragile to use. Almost all our items were made by hand in France during the first half of the last century--most would date from between about 1890 and 1950, although it is quite difficult to be certain of an exact date in most cases.

It would be quite unusual to find this kind of fine hand work in France after about 1960. Again because these items are Vintage they have, in the vast majority of cases, been used.

Still it is inevitable that occasionally there may be a hardly noticable tiny pin dot stain or a tiny rend on any given item. We always carefully launder and iron our items and in doing so inspect them carefully for a second time. If we notice a small flaw on an item we put that in my description. It is our hope that our customers understand that we would not and do not sell items which are not clean or have evident large stains or tears. But please do understand that because the items we sell are Vintage, and usually are at least 50 to 75 years old, they are rarely absolutely "pristine and perfect" as if they were new.

Like all fine antiques, they will have their own sort of patina. Some sellers do sell these vintage items in the state in which they find them and of course they inform their customers of that fact. Because the items we sell are generally much sought after here in France and abroad, they are becoming more rare, and certainly more difficult to find. We travel far and wide in our region of France to visit flea markets, brocantes, antique shops and private sellers. We visit Paris from time to time, and we search for these rare items in other areas of France when possible.

Our travel costs to seek out new items are significant. Very importantly for our customers, I spend a great deal of time laundering and ironing the items we sell.

This always involves lots of energy both electrical and mine! And time, and often requires specialized laundry products which can be costly. Finally we are a legal business here in France. For all these reasons, the prices of these vintage items may seem a bit high--but the fact is that almost all these items are rare and special by virtue of being Handmade. Many are virtual works of art, (some are actually of museum quality), having been made entirely by hand by highly skilled, but sadly now unknown, seamstresses and embroiderers. These skilled craftswomen have all but entirely disappeared. This kind of French hand work is virtually a Lost Art and these items are rare. Still, in the face of the expenses involved in running our business, we do our best to keep our prices as reasonable as possible because it really is a great pleasure to package something very beautiful and very special and send it off to someone who will appreciate a lovely European Treasure From the Past. VINTAGE FRENCH LINENS AND ANTIQUES. We invite you to visit us again soon to see the new items we regularly add.

The item "French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered" is in sale since Saturday, May 4, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Linens & Textiles (Pre-1930)\Kitchen & Table Linens\Tablecloths".

The seller is "2007nanb" and is located in Font├Ęs. This item can be shipped worldwide.


French Damask Tablecloth with 12 Napkins Vintage Fine Hand Embroidered


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