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Two-Tone Gingham Napkins Grey & Dijon, Set of 4


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Featuring a fresh approach to a classic pattern, our Two-Tone Gingham napkins make tasteful complements to any outdoor celebration, casual table setting, or sunny kitchen. Available in a variety of bright, uplifting colors, these napkins are designed to foster a sense of warmth and welcome, no matter who you’re entertaining. Like all Caravan products, these pieces were made to last, and can be paired with an array of serveware and settings to come up with delightful combinations.

  • Set of 4 napkins, each measuring a generous 20 inches square 
  • Easily cared for and suitable for everyday use; machine washable, ironing optional
  • Handmade and yarn-dyed, resulting in a natural texture
  • 100% linen
  • A Caravan exclusive

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Beautiful Napking

    What gorgeous napkins. Quality is excellent!

    Lovely linen

    Quality napkins, made of fine fabric and available in very interesting color combinations. I'm ordering more!!

    Two-tone gingham napkins

    These napkins are sturdy and they have a soft drape. Generous size and mustard-colored trim make them a good match for much decor.

    Grey & Dijon, Gingham check Napkins

    Bought 6 months ago, and in use daily, we have given a good test to this product, and I endorse it without qualification. Superior quality and finish, beautiful to look at with every detail well considered (even the tag!), of generous size, the fabric easy to maintain and performs as a napkin should - I would rate HC (hors categorie) - higher than 5 stars.

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    Genuine French Design

    Make a statement with your home. All Couleur Nature's kitchenware is designed in Paris.

    Authentically Handprinted

    Every tablecloth, napkin, etc. is expertly handcrafted in India using ancient woodblock printing techniques.

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