In a vibrant and eye-catching shade, the hand-painted and block-printed teal linen napkins Beatrice will add a touch of bold colour and timeless design to your tablescape.
Created by the renowned Artisan House Stamperia Bertozzi, the traditional damask design has been achieved by block printing using a negative printing technique. The teal finish is hand painted, and any variations to each piece simply elevates the overall look, with no two napkins exactly the same.
Originating from the city of Damascus, during the 14th century damask patterns were woven in Italy on draw looms. Traditionally a historical and classic look, the Beatrice linen napkin is given a contemporary twist, with the block teal colour and white negative print. To take the design a step further, large wooden blocks have been used to achieve the pattern, creating an oversized finish that’s modern and playful.
Made from 100% organic natural linen, the napkin is wonderfully soft and will add a tactile finish to your table. The vibrant teal shade is a great way to elevate any tablescape and pairs perfectly with crisp white linens, or other vibrant colours. Perfect for spring and summer tables, the Beatrice teal linen napkin would work particularly well to dress outdoor tables, for al fresco dining and drinks in the evening sun.
Exclusive to AllÓRA by Stamperia Bertozzi, the Bertozzi family have been creating striking hand-printed and hand-painted fabrics since 1920. Made in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy using traditional techniques, hand-carved blocks made from pear wood are used to produce the patterns, printed onto the finest natural linens.