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This beautiful and functional, the unique tablecloth is the ideal partner for your dining table.
This elegantly designed tablecloth will increase the charm of the dining table and accentuate your dining room unlike others. People will be impressed by this wonderful addition to the dining table.
-This is natural cotton texture fabric, soft, stain-resistant and Wear-resistant.
-It will not stick your skin when having dinner, not hot and humid, breathable. Keep you tea table or table clean
-The Vintage and elegant is a great idea to decorate your table. Suitable for dinner table, coffee table, book desk, storage table, etc, indoor, or picnic outdoor.
Style: Nordic Simplicity
Material: cotton(40%) + linen(60%)
Size: 140*140cm/55.1*55.1in , 140*180cm/55.1*70.9in , 140*200cm/55.1*78.7in , 140*220cm/55.1*86.6in
Weight: 0.6 kg
1. Please kindly notice that picture just show the style. Due to the location and stripes each batch printing, position and color stripes may be some difference with the picture.
2. Please allow 1-3CM differs due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.
3. The sale of the product is a tablecloth, excluding other items
1. Made of cotton and linen fabrics, both of hand-washing and machine washing are available. Don't dewatering, we recommend hand wash, hung in ventilation, medium temperature ironing."br"2. It is not recommendation to soak for a long time, can not be soaked in hot water
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