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Cotton table path with silk and podica drawings.

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Cotton table path, handmade in low-lizo loom, with silk drawings and finished with blind podica on the hems of the 2 ends.

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Cotton table path with silk and podica drawings.

Cotton table path with silk and podica drawings.

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Measures94 cm. x 50 cm.
CompositionCotton
Washing tipsHand wash in warm water, with neutral soap; tend by shaking the garment gently first. Iron with the cotton plate, when the fabric is still slightly damp..
FinishesBlind vainica at the hems of the ends. Washed and ironed.

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Mercerized cotton table path with small drawings of silk twills and podica; handmade in low-lizo loom.

It has as finishes at both ends, a blind sheath,which enhances the value of the piece.

Cotton is a vegetable textile fiber, which is used habitally in the fabrics for decoration of the house. It is a fiber that can be washed without fear, and will become softer and whiter, since at first it retains some of the raw tone of the catch, which disappears with washing.

Linen was the raw material for house fabrics in Europe, until the appearance of cotton, but is now commonly used in all houses. It has the property of absorbing its weight several times in water.

The silk of the twill drawings breaks the simplicity of the taffeta and gives a special shine to the fabric.

It is a piece that can adapt to different environments... and can be used for different uses.

Its use as a tableclothe, as decoration on the back of the sofa, as a mat, to cover a trunk, etc... it will give an elegant air to the space in which it is placed, either alone or with some special object...

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Cotton table path with silk and podica drawings.

Cotton table path with silk and podica drawings.

Cotton table path, handmade in low-lizo loom, with silk drawings and finished with blind podica on the hems of the 2 ends.