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Table Napkin "Prussian Crown"
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Original paper napkin designs are often hard to come by and when searching for the perfect table napkins designs one comes across so many that it makes it hard to decide. What makes a table napkin the perfect addition to bring your whole table setting decor full circle? Paper napkins are the best when it comes to table napkin folding. Its malleability is better to those of cloth table napkins, which ensures you of a longer lasting folded napkin on the table. Whether you're a beginner in how to fold table napkins or you're already an expert in folding serviettes, this paper serviette design with the royal touch is sure to impress family and friends! The Hohenzollern Crown inspired the print on this table napkin. It was the crown of Emperor William II, the last Emperor of the German Empire and King of Prussia.
Whether you are a fan of the Prussian Empire or not, these table napkins are sure to complement your home decoration and you can be the proud owner of a small piece of history right in your home.


Emperor William II

William II - Wilhelm II in German - was the last Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia. He ruled from 1888 until his abdication at the end of World War I in 1918. He was born to King Frederick III and to the Royal Princess, Victoria, the eldest daughter of Britain's monarch Queen Victoria, making Emperor William II the eldest grandchild of Queen Victoria.
The Crown of William II is one of the Prussian crown jewels. Its purpose was merely heraldic unlike the other regalia of the Prussian crown jewels. After World War I, William II was forced to abdicate his throne and live in exile in the Netherlands but he was able to retain ownership of the crown as well as other jewels. Today the Crown of William II rests within the walls of the Hohenzollern Castle in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.


Details

- Material: paper
- Printed on one side
- 3-ply
- Original design
- Dimensions when folded: 16.5 x 16.5 cm
- Dimensions when fully opened: 33 x 33 cm
- 1 pack comes with 20 pieces
- Made in Germany
Product Code: MSS64-01992
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 200 g
Product Condition: New
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