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Skye Napkin | Silver (Set of 2)

$65.00
HANDMADE IN BELGIUM

Named after the Isle of Skye, this set of pure linen napkins have a simple hem and are stonewashed for an updated look.

Color: Silver

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Story

This linen is a family story – they have five generations (160 years) of turning flax into linen. From field to fibre, from yarn to fabric, the making of this linen collection is a story of passion and craftsmanship. Our artisan partners work with flax farmers, spinners and finishers to create the highest possible added value with the smallest possible ecological footprint. Your linen has ancestral history, and sustainable DNA.

These products carry the Masters of Linen® quality label. This warrants that the linen was entirely made in Europe with a guarantee of transparent production processes and traceability. Only six weavers around the world carry this designation. 

Details
  • MEASUREMENTS: 15.5" x 15.5"
  • MATERIALS: Napkins made from 100% washed Belgian linen (225 g/m²)
  • COLOUR: Silver
  • ORIGIN: Handcrafted in Belgium
Product Care

The more your linen is used and washed, the softer it will become. Wash on warm or cold, tumble on low or air dry only. Linen naturally has a relaxed look, but if you choose to, iron with steam on slightly damp fabric. For crisper consistency, please dry clean.

MEET THE ARTISAN

Libeco Belgian Linen

Linen is one of the most sustainable premier materials on the planet – it’s made of flax. In fact, its name comes from the Latin for flax: linum usitatissimum.  Every part of the flax plant is used to create this biodegradable material.

This linen is a family story – they have five generations (160 years) of turning flax into linen. From field to fibre, from yarn to fabric, the making of this linen collection is a story of passion and craftsmanship. Our artisan partners work with flax farmers, spinners and finishers to create the highest possible added value with the smallest possible ecological footprint. Your linen has ancestral history, and sustainable DNA.

These products carry the Masters of Linen® quality label. This warrants that the linen was entirely made in Europe with a guarantee of transparent production processes and traceability. Only six weavers around the world carry this designation.