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Victorian Rose Tablecloth - Gold

Item #: TPVICZ.Gold
$26.00
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Hand-crafted roses inspired by French textiles and graceful Victorian aesthetic find fertile ground in our Victorian Rose Tablecloths. An elegant old gold color palette is permeated with festive notes of rust and sage to form the foundation of this enticing item.
  • 100% Cotton
  • hand-screened print
  • attached 7 inch border
  • check for available sizes
  • also available in round
  • Due to the hand-screened nature of our prints, colors may vary from piece to piece. Not perfect, but 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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