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Queen's Court Tablecloth - Black

Item #: TPQUEC.Black
$26.00 –$89.00
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Sumptuous, sophisticated and ravishingly regal, our Queen's Court pattern embraces a proud tradition of textiles celebrating artistry across cultures and throughout time. From the mills of Paisley Scotland to French ateliers and all the way to Old Delhi, we are honored to submit our handcrafted designs to stand tall beside those of our predecessors. Enrich your home with time tested design.
  • 100% Cotton
  • Signature April Cornell design
  • 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.
  • * This is an April’s Attic item and returnable for online credit only


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