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Table Napkin "Royal Flowers"
£3.18 inc. tax

£3.18 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.

Matching table napkin designs are some of the small luxuries a few of us afford ourselves. Beautifully printed paper napkins such as these round up table settings whilst adding spring colors to your home. In combination with the other gift-worthy items from our Royal Flowers collection and treat yourself, family and friends to a whole new dining experience! Aside from beautifying the table setting, folding these serviettes adds further charm and creativity. But how to fold table napkins? Table napkin folding is straightforward considering the myriad of options one can find on the Internet. Simply pick any paper napkin design and the serviette folding technique you love and try your hand at it! Unlike cloth napkins the material of these napkin table is perfect for a long lasting fold. The paper napkin design was inspired by the painting of Prussian artist, Gottfried Wilhelm Völcker. With its rich history and beauty, these custom made table napkins are the perfect gift for yourself, or for loved ones or as
 hostess gifts!



Gottfried Wilhelm Völcker

Hailed as one of the prominent porcelain artists during the Prussian kingdom, Voelcker also dabbled his hand at still life paintings. The inspiration of this table napkin design was his art entitled "Still Life with an arrangement of various flowers." 
He created this masterpiece in 1847 for Elisabeth Ludovika Queen Consort of Prussia, wife to King Frederick William IV. Presently it hangs within the apartment halls of the former Queen Consort in Charlottenburg Palace. All other still life works of art from Voelcker mostly revolve on flowers and fruits, two of which hang in the Glienicke Palace in Berlin and in the Marble Palace in Potsdam.


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: MSS64-06078
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 200 g
Product Condition: New
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