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Bernadette's Framed Flower Linen Napkin in Forest Green
Bernadette's Framed Flower Linen Napkin in Forest Green
Bernadette's Framed Flower Linen Napkin in Forest Green
Bernadette's Framed Flower Linen Napkin in Forest Green

Bernadette's Framed Flower Linen Napkin in Forest Green

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Designed by S&B in memory of our co-founder Bernadette Bishop, these white linen napkins feature her signature hand drawn flower in forest green, as a subtle pattern and match our tablecloth design by the same name. The napkins look great on any surface, though, adding an elegant pop of colour and style to your table.

Matching tablecloth available.

Bernadette's flower in this design is a registered trademark of Summerill & Bishop Ltd.

 

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 napkin 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

The more people there were around the table, the happier our co-founder Bernadette was. The meals she prepared for friends and family were typified by the kind of inspiring effortlessness that’s totally unforgettable. Designed here in our Notting Hill studio, we were inspired by the flower she often signed letters with, and so, through the first of our in-house designed tablecloth and napkin collection, we thought it a perfect way to both commemorate Bernadette and begin a new phase in Summerill & Bishop’s history. With this sophisticated piece, Bernadette always has a seat at our table.
Like all the napkins in our core collection, it’s made of 100% fine Italian linen and has a slightly crushed and soft texture, which makes it wonderfully versatile. Hand stamped in a centuries-old, family run stamperia in Italy, these linens are equally at home in a casual, outdoor setting as they are as part of a more formal, indoor tabletop.