Napkins ~ Honeycomb

$35.00 USD was $50.00 USD

2 reviews

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Inspired by the beautiful and complicated homes of the African worker bees here in Zambia, these napkins gorgeously display the intricate patterns of honeycomb. Coming in rich yet neutral tones, these napkins will perfectly complement any contemporary table setting.

Using the trademark crackle effect that is Tribal Textiles' signature (from the starch resist technique), this napkin set is hand drawn and hand painted on durable cotton. Decorated with inspired design and neutral colorway, they are sure to add style and texture to any table. 

While the design and technique are the same, each artisan has his own way of starching and balancing colors, making each piece unique in its own special way.

  • Sold as set of 6
  • Size: 46 cm x 46 cm / Approx. 18" x 18"
  • Color: Clays
  • Made from 100% GMO free cotton fabric sourced in Africa
  • Each piece can vary slightly due to its handcrafted nature
  • Machine wash on gentle cycle, maximum 30 degrees Celsius. No tumble-dry. Iron inside out on low.
  • Bundled together with handmade local twine and a decorative palm nut clasp. (Due to customs restrictions, Australian orders will come without twine and clasp.)
  • Ethically handcrafted in South Luangwa, Zambia

5% of each purchase is reinvested in local community and conservation initiatives.

 

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GW
12/19/2019
Gilbert W.
United States United States
I recommend this product
The Best

Tribal Textiles excels at offering the best textile products available. I have ordered a number of items from napkins to wall hangings and each item was unique and wonderfully crafted. Never disappointed in what I get and will always be back for more.

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08/08/2019
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product
napkins

Love them!! I was able to visit Tribal Textiles in 2017 and brought some items home at that time. When I saw the website recently, I was right back on our visit there!