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Conservatory Tablecloth

Item #: TPCONC.Black
$26.00 –$109.00
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Still don't have a private chauffeur or swanky English manor (complete with attached glass conservatory?) Neither do we, but we may have the next best thing! A remarkably refined April Cornell vintage inspired printed flower garden bursting into sumptuous bloom. Grown from a fertile ground of stunning black soil and lovingly planted with delectable cabbage roses and scrumptious carnations of celebratory red, sage green and russet brown.
  • 100% Cotton
  • Signature April Cornell design
  • Hand-screen printed
  • Attached 7 inch border
  • Pair with our Garden Jacquard in Red! And accent with our Romantic Lace Tea Cozy and Café Cloth
  • 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
  • * This is an April’s Attic item and returnable for online credit only


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