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Cynar Linen Tablecloth

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The Cynar tablecloth features colourful artichoke and cardoon flowers in vibrant blues, pinks and purples. 

The colourful design is printed on a natural, oatmeal coloured background. 
It is made by Tessitura Toscana Telerie, a family-run firm in Tuscany, dedicated to producing table linens of exceptional quality!

100% linen (printed) 
Printed tablecloth with self hem and mitered corners 

Available in 5 sizes: 
Square (170cm) 
Round (170cm) 
Rectangle (160 x 230cm)
Large Rectangle (170 x 270cm)
X Large Rectangle (170 x 310cm) 

Choosing the right size tablecloth
The size tablecloth you should buy depends on the size of your table and how much overhang you like on your tablecloth. 
Please use the below as a general guide only. 
Square (170cm) 
Round (170cm) is suitable for most 6 seat tables 
Rectangle (160 x 230cm) suits most 6-8 seat tables 
Large Rectangle (170 x 270cm) would fit most 8-10 seat tables
X Large Rectangle (170 x 310cm) would fit most tables for 10+ people

If you're more comfortable with imperial measurements, the sizes are listed below. Please note the conversion to inches is approximate only. 

Square (67”)
Round (67”) 
Rectangle (63 x 90.5”) 
Large Rectangle (67 x 106”)
X Large Rectangle (67 x 122”) 

Customer Reviews

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Cynar Linen Table runner

A little piece of Italy to add to my collection. It is so beautiful...the softness and intense colours of the linen are lovely. A perfect size for a big family table. Love it. Stirs memories of a beloved country and long summer lunches under the vines.

Thanks for the lovely review Wendy and I hope the tablecloth continues to bring you lovely memories of Italy!
Grazie, Philippa