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'Azulejos' Tile Linen Napkin in Blue, 50x50cm
'Azulejos' Tile Linen Napkin in Blue, 50x50cm
'Azulejos' Tile Linen Napkin in Blue, 50x50cm
'Azulejos' Tile Linen Napkin in Blue, 50x50cm

'Azulejos' Tile Linen Napkin in Blue, 50x50cm

£27.50

A unique linen napkin design that merges the beguiling beauty of traditional Portuguese Azulejos tiles with signature Summerill & Bishop artistry.  

The brilliant blue and white hued tiles create an eye-catching allegorical scene that dances across the table. It features ornate patterns as well as subtle nods to the Summerill & Bishop heritage.

The collection comprises a tablecloth and matching napkins, printed on 100% pure French linen. 


A little message about our printed linens…
Linen is much loved for its natural and irregular look. We’ve developed techniques in our manufacturing process to relax and soften the textured surface of the fabric, meaning your tablecloth and napkins may feature some small white spots and areas of fading on its printed surface. These irregularities are normal and make each item entirely unique.

Wash at up to 60 degrees on a regular cycle (avoid “eco” or longer cycles).
Never soak for longer than 10 minutes and avoid using Vanish and other whitening products.
Tumble dry at 70 degrees for a soft effect, and 90 degrees for a more crushed finish.
We don't recommend ironing the full cloth in order to keep the linen’s lovely crumpled texture intact, but we do like to iron the edges to give it a sharper edge.

50cm x 50cm


The Story

Upon first glance, you may consider Portuguese Azulejos to be merely beautiful, ornate and elaborate. Their blue and white glaze glistening as the sunshine reflects from their surface, arranged in striking geometric formation. However, they are more than a decorative feature. The mosaics are created specifically for the architecture which they adorn, meaning their design elements are specific to each building. We were inspired by this dedication to craftsmanship and so created our own Azulejos with subtle nods to the Summerill & Bishop heritage.