Napkin Medusa - 267
With their vibrant patterns and rich colours, our lightweight cotton napkins are a delight at the table. The napkins are cut individually, which means that, if a grand pattern was chosen, each one is unique and features a different detail. These napkins are made with three-centimetre-wide mitred corners.
- fine cotton
- cut straight along the thread
- sewn to order
About this fabric
The Medusa design, which is based on designs by the naturalist Ernst Haeckel, was developed in collaboration with the Ernst Haeckel boutique in Jena. The cotton used is characterised by its special staple length and gives the fabric a silky smooth surface and a wonderful feel.
- original design by Ernst Haeckel
- high-quality cotton
- natural sheen
- fine feel
About our manufacture
Our weaving mill in the Mühlviertel region of Austria has been manufacturing fabrics since 1853. Our family business is now in its 6th generation of management and stands for natural high quality textiles. With special devotion we have commited ourselves to Jacquard weaving, a technique that allows for richly detailed patterns. We uphold the strictest quality criteria in the selection of our cottons. This will become apparent when you hold our products in your hands.
- Family business in 6th Generation
- woven & sewn in Austria
The right care
Our cotton products are easy to care for. Although we recommend a washing temperature of 40 °C, our products are also able to cope with 60 °C without any problem. To avoid damaging the look and feel of the fabrics, use detergents without fabric brighteners or softeners. Low spin speeds and not using water-saving programmes also have a positive impact on the durability of the products.
- We recommend a washing temperature of 40 °C or 60 °C
- Please do not use fabric brighteners or softeners
- Water-saving programmes are harmful to products made of natural fibres
- Suitable for tumble drying
The diversity of marine life was the great passion of German biologist Ernst Haeckel. He captured the beauty of jellyfish - also called Medusa - in sensational drawings. One of his studies served as the inspiration for this design, which was developed in collaboration with the Ernst-Haeckel-Haus museum in Jena, Germany. Ethereal creatures, floating as if bodiless - spellbound on fabric.
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