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Tea Rose Napkin Set/4 - Brick

Item #: NPTEA20C.Brick
$29.00
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Bursting blooms of carnelian and cream exult natures glory on a ground composed of rich brick reds in our Tea Rose pattern. Like candy (or chocolate in my case!) to the eye, this is a fine example of our commitment to keeping the art of textile alive, and features no less than seven separate color screens— a complexity of design rarely seen in today's marketplace.
Shown with fringed Essential Napkin in Gold
  • 100% Cotton
  • Signature April Cornell design
  • Set of 4
  • 20 X 20 inches
  • Matching placemats, tablecloth and runner available
  • Mix and match a napkin color story with our Essential Napkins in gold, olive and rust - red is good too!
  • 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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