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Jacob's Court Tablecloth

Item #: TPJACZ.Rust
$26.00
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Fabric fit for a queen of decor, the Jacob's Court pattern embodies timeless French aesthetics of color and scale inspired by antique atelier volumes of design I found on a journey to Paris. Combine with tea towels and napkins, placemats, or an old fashioned apron for the kitchen.
  • 100% Cotton
  • hand-screened print
  • attached 7 inch border
  • check for available sizes
  • also available in round
  • machine wash cold; tumble dry low
  • Due to the hand-screened nature of our prints, colors may vary from piece to piece. Not perfect, but perfectly beautiful.
  • * This is an April’s Attic item and returnable for online credit only


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