Teflon Treated Jacquard Tablecloths
Jacquard fabrics owe their name to Joseph Marie Jacquard, an 18th century French inventor who developed a loom that made it commercially practical to weave fabrics with extremely complex patterns. In a Jacquard tablecloth, the design is woven directly into the material, not printed onto it. A Jacquard tablecloth has a soft, warm, luxurious "hand" and is supple enough to drape elegantly over any table. These tablecloths are pure cotton and have a protective, teflon based treatment that helps protect them against spills and stains.
These tablecloths are rectangular in shape. Most of them are 63" wide. The Lourmarin models are 71" wide. Click here for detailed sizing and availability information. Note: we can make the Lourmarin tablecloths in custom sizes, so if you'd like a Lourmarin in a custom size just contact us and let us know what you need.
And if you see a tablecloth you like that's not currently in stock, let us know and we'll include it in our next shipment from France.
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