Summerill & Bishop
Set of Six 'Encre' Linen Napkins, 50x50cm
Inkblots and the imagination… Introducing 'Encre', (French for ink)!
This playful napkin collection pays homage to perhaps the most mysterious art form, one that you could contemplate for hours... The ink blot image on each napkin can be interpreted in a myriad of ways…This set of six individual ink blot napkins is designed to encourage and kickstart conversation with your friends and family at the table. Discover just how imaginative you all really are!Each napkin is printed on 100% pure French linen, in a colour palette evocative of high summer and complements our existing table linen collection colours.
Delivery & Returns
Delivery & Returns
We care very much about the products we sell and the service that we offer. However, if you would like to return any items that you have purchased from us, we will be happy to replace a product or issue a refund provided it is returned unused, unopened, in perfect condition (including the product packaging) and remains in a re-saleable condition. For more information, please see our return policy.
Founded by June Summerill and Bernadette Bishop, two great friends with a truly effortless and unique sense of style, Summerill & Bishop first opened its doors on 18th May, 1994 in Holland Park, and has remained on the same quiet, leafy corner of Clarendon Cross ever since.
Fantastic home cooks and entertainers both, June and Bernadette were frustrated with the offerings at most kitchen and tableware shops at the time, and with the lack of personality and intimacy, so they decided to create one of their own, where beauty and functionality would both be key.
To commemorate Bernadette's passing, S&B trademarked her signature flower design and designed a beautiful line of linens which launched in Sept 2015. And that is how S&B decided to focus on table linen - the fabric of life.
At Summerill & Bishop we believe that if people take the time to lay the table and present a meal beautifully, they'll enjoy it all the more and create a lasting memory for those who share it with them.
For us, laying the table is an art form that we can all master at home and is one of the simplest ways to tell someone what they mean to you. The table isn't just a place to pass food, you pass tradition, memory, and love, too. Read our full story here...