Table Runner in Navy Four Leaf Clovers
$87.00 – $121.00
Eye-catching table cloth in 100% cotton sateen, available in 3 lengths, in Navy Four Leaf Clovers.
Add pattern and colour to your dining table with a table runner available in 3 sizes. Each runner is 41cm (16") wide.
It isn’t just the luck of the Irish! Four leaf clover are a rare and delightful find all around the world. Who hasn’t hunted through a clover covered park to make that special find? With this design you won’t have to look far at all!
The design is printed on one side only.
The heavy 100% cotton sateen is durable, wrinkle-resistant and machine washable. It is low-luster with a beautiful drape.
The table runners have a folded 1.3cm (1/2") hem and mitred corners. Matching napkins are also available or pair the runner with napkins in a coordinating pattern for added style and interest.
Small - 41 x 183cm (16 x 72")
Medium - 41 x 229cm (16 x 90")
Large - 41 x 274cm (16 x 108")
This product is printed and made to order in the US or Germany. Shipping times vary and may take up to a month. Refer to shipping information for more detail.
We highly recommend washing your table linen with a phosphate-free detergent in cool/cold water with similarly coloured items.
Some fading as a result of washing is typical over time. This is most notable on darker shades. The more popular front-loading washers do contribute more to this colour loss because of the increased tumbling and agitation during cleaning, but this can be minimised by using cool wash settings and gentle wash cycles.
Line drying with printed side away from sun (where possible) is recommended to protect the print from fading. While line drying is preferable due to its lower environmental impact, if tumble drying is necessary, it is best to tumble dry on a low temperature or permanent press setting and remove your items promptly so as to avoid wrinkling.
Iron using standard settings for cotton with the printed side down.
Dry cleaning is not recommended and the solvent perchloroethylene, also known as 'perc', commonly used in dry cleaning will react badly with the printing pigments.
5-6% in length and 3-4% in width