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Typically Provencal: Olive patterned table linen. 100% cotton - but 100% hardwearing.

Thoroughly stain resistant with a wipeable acrylic coating. In a vivid 8-colour print.

A typical example of the culinary delights of Southern France: The olive patterned tablecloth à l’indienne. As far back as the 17th century, merchants brought colourful floral cotton prints from India to Provence. Today, the bordered fabrics have become a cultural heritage. Simply designed and, as in this case, equipped with an easy care finish they provide the perfect union of traditional meets modern. For a superb holiday atmosphere indoors or out.
8 (!) colours make the olive pattern appear hand painted.
Far more attractive than the cheap imitations with only 4 colours that just look dull and flat. The blue/yellow pattern is a combination of 6 shades of blue and 2 in yellow; the blue/white version has 7 shades of blue plus white. These fine colour combinations create fine nuances which are not only brilliantly vivid but also add depth to the delicate branches which trim the border.
Permanently immune to stains. But still miles apart from plain wax cloth.
After printing, the 160g/m² (4.6 oz/sqyd) cotton fabric is treated with a stainguard. This adds protection without influencing the soft drape. And thanks to the added acrylic coating on the top you can just wipe table linen clean. Oil and water based liquids won’t soak in. Even spilled red wine, coffee or tea, sauces and juices can be dabbed away. Machine wash at 40°C. Available sizes: 160cm (63") diameter; 160 x 160cm (63 insq); 160 x 200cm (63" x 79"); 160 x 250cm (63" x 98"); 160 x 300cm (63" x 118")

The fine nuances are only made possible by printing the pattern in 8 colours.

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