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Reverie Tablecloth

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A verdant vision of peaceful greens and autumn crispness. Real- imagined? Was it glimpsed that day we discovered Gramma's hope chest in the attic? It appears strangely familiar, comforting even. It feels like home. Surround yourself with the beauty of timeless prints and vintage inspired fabrics for a life filled with feminine beauty.
'I felt caught up in a reverie of years long past'—William Styron.
  • 100% Cotton
  • Hand-screen printed
  • Attached 7 inch border
  • Also available in 88" round
  • Due to the hand-screened nature of our prints, colors may vary from piece to piece. Not perfect- perfectly beautiful.
  • Machine wash separately, cold water. Tumble dry low. Warm iron.


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