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Caskata Studio
$16.00
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2 Packages of 20 napkins each in a coordinated and refillable decorator box. Caskata Studio napkins and paper guest towels begin w...ith exquisite imagery but don't end there. Luncheon (6.5-inch square) and cocktail (5-inch square) napkins as well as the paper guest towels (8.5 x 4.5-Inch) are made of tissue-quality, 3-ply paper in unique Caskata Studio designs. 100% recycled tissue and 100% biodegradable. Caskata Studio is committed to making uniquely beautiful things. They are inspired by the simplicity of form and the fluidity of lines found in nature and they appreciate the depth and character that historical context can give. They love a bit of something unexpected and choose their favorite colors to reflect their contemporary perspective. Caskata strives to create products that bring a touch of the extraordinary to the everyday and they love to entertain. Search Caskata Studio for a line of fine artisanal papers and gifts like note and correspondence cards, gift wrap, melamine tableware and serveware and more. read more

Lenox
$13.66
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While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.78
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Attractive facial-quality napkins are just the size for cocktails, appetizers and desserts. Keep a few packages in your desk for t...reats at work, or even to use as a last-minute gift. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. read more

Ideal Home Range
$6.00
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These 6.5-inch square, 3-ply facial-quality lunch size napkins are perfect for holidays, dinner parties or everyday use. Keep a fe...w packages in your desk for treats at work, or even to use as a last-minute gift. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. read more

Lenox
$13.45
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While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$12.48
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$8.40
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$8.40
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$7.40
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$17.39
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$14.47
at Amazon

Rondo style decorative napkins are perfect for lunches, desserts or unfold and use as a charger. Boston International's philosophy... is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$12.89
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.76
at Amazon

Rondo style decorative napkins are perfect for lunches, desserts or unfold and use as a charger. Boston International's philosophy... is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.46
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.43
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.27
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.26
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.19
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.42
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$12.47
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$13.40
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$12.74
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$6.99
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$6.99
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Lenox
$6.99
at Amazon

While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they have also been designed by Lenox to match their most popular formal and... casual patterns. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$5.95
at Amazon

Leigh Standley's popular greeting cards have been transformed into a line of delightful cocktail napkins. Inspirational and fun, t...hey capture the spirit of the season in a unique and amusing way. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$4.99
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$12.91
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$14.02
at Amazon

Leigh Standley's popular greeting cards have been transformed into a line of delightful cocktail napkins. Inspirational and fun, t...hey capture the spirit of the season in a unique and amusing way. It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Ideal Home Range
$12.08
at Amazon

It was the love and appreciation of fine design along with the opportunity to create and market well-made yet affordable products ...that lead Jonathan Newman and Steven Faulkner to find Boston International (BI) in 1986. In the beginning, BI was a boutique line with beautiful hand-made paper products from smaller suppliers in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK. Through the years the company developed and grew; in 1996 Boston International added Ideal Home Range (IHR) to their product mix and very shortly after that BI began its relationship with New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Through the combination of these lines, BI's core group of suppliers and BI's development of proprietary lines and accessories, BI has created a major force in the gift industry today. Currently BI partners with suppliers and manufacturers from around the globe to bring their vision to the US market. BI now employs more than 50 people in rustic Holliston, Massachusetts, some 25 miles west of Boston. Boston International's philosophy is the same now as it was back in 1986, combine the very best design with the highest quality materials and manufacturing, then add outstanding distribution and unmatched customer service. Currently over 19,000 customers in 11 countries are the beneficiaries of this philosophy. read more

Paper Art

Keep your claws clean with this festive option! The Dino Blast Happy Birthday Luncheon Napkins send a roaring ?Happy Birthday? mes...sage in a prehistoric style orange and yellow font surrounded by dinosaurs! A green T-Rex, orange Triceratops, purple Raptor, and indigo Brontosaurus are posed in each corner of the napkin. A durable 3-ply construction makes this lunch napkin ideal when serving larger menus or just to add some decoration to the table settings at your establishment. Check out coordinating bulk Dino Blast disposable tableware to suit all of your event needs. The napkins feature a quarter fold design and measures 6.375" x 6.375". Sold in quantities of 16 per package with 12 packages per case. read more

Paper Art

It?s someone?s special day and this little bird is going to hoot about it! The Owl Pal Happy Birthday Luncheon Napkins are made of... durable 3-ply tissue and feature a wonderful pink and purple patterned owl sitting on a branch. Delicate butterflies flutter through the air and the words ?Happy Birthday? are printed in green and teal at the top. The quarter-fold design lunch napkin is handy for birthday foods served at catered buffets, barbeques, or celebrations at zoos, theme parks, or educational programs. The napkins match all the party supplies in the theme and are fun to coordinate with solid colored tableware and accessories for a great presentation. Napkins measure 6.375 by 6.375 inches and are sold in quantities of 16 per package with 12 packages per case. read more

Paper Art

Don?t burst your bubble looking for underwater party supplies! Ocean Party It's Your Birthday Luncheon Napkins boast ?Happy Birthd...ay? in a fun bubble font highlighted by an ocean floor scene. Colorful accents include coral reef and sea floor plant life as well as 4 different species of fish. Decorate table settings or use when serving large menu items to match the rest of the Ocean Party disposable tableware. The lunch size napkins are designed with a quarter fold and measure 6.375" x 6.375". Sold in bulk quantities of 16 per package with 12 packages per case. read more

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It?s hard to believe but this scary shark is actually smiling because it?s someone?s birthday! The Shark Splash Happy Birthday Lun...cheon Napkins are made of durable 3-ply tissue and feature a wonderful picture of a grinning great white shark taking a bite out of the words ?It?s Your Birthday Chum?. The quarter fold design paper napkin background is filled with blue colors, rays of filtered sunlight, and tiny white bubbles. Have this lunch napkin handy for birthday foods served at catered buffets, barbeques, or celebrations at aquarium shows, sea life park tours, or educational programs. The napkins match all the party supplies in the theme and are fun to coordinate with solid colored tableware and accessories for a great presentation. Napkins measure 6.375 inches square and are sold in quantities of 16 per package with 12 packages per case. read more

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Celebrate guest?s birthdays with this rugged tableware offering! Our Construction Birthday Zone Happy Birthday Lunch Napkins featu...re a bold ?Happy Birthday? message. Black and yellow caution stripes fill the background and faux screws add an industrial detail. Use these heavy duty 3-ply napkins when serving larger lunch or dinner menus or just to decorate table settings. Pair with coordinating Construction Zone Birthday supplies to please the whole crew! Napkins feature a quarter fold design and measure 6.375" square. Sold 16 per package with 12 packaes per case read more

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Announce the happy couple using sweet designs with classic styling. The Mr. and Mrs. Chalk Beverage Napkins feature a lovely faux ...chalk illustration in soft pink, green, and white on a black background. Whimsical green vines with pink heart flowers and fancy white scrolls frame the ?Mr. and Mrs.? sentiment. The quarter-fold, 2-ply drink napkin looks delightful in the coffee serving bar, atop dessert tables, or with cocktail service. This disposable tableware item is perfect for bridal showers or wedding celebrations and caterers, event planners, and party resellers are wise to keep this popular, fashionable product in stock. Coordinate with plates and napkins from the theme and accent with solid colored tableware for a beautiful venue. Napkins measure 4.938 inches square and are sold in quantities of 18 per package with 12 retail-ready packages per case. read more

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Add a Parisian flair to your next soirée. Sturdy, triple-ply paper napkins are bleached without chlorine and printed with environm...entally friendly, water-based inks. Biodegradable. 6½" square. Includes 20 napkins. Made in Germany. read more

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Perfect for adding personality to your next party, these sturdy triple-ply napkins boast fun designs that add a festive touch to a...ny occasion. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached without chlorine and feature water-based colors. Set includes 15 cocktail napkins. Includes: 15 napkins Material: Paper Dimensions: 6" x 6" Made in Germany read more

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Perfect for adding personality to your next party, these sturdy triple-ply sunflower napkins add a bright touch to any occasion. E...nvironmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached without chlorine and feature water-based colors. Set includes 20 luncheon napkins. Includes: 20 napkins Material: Paper Dimensions: 6" x 6" Made in Germany read more

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Perfect for adding personality to your next party, these sturdy triple-ply napkins boast fun designs that add a festive touch to a...ny occasion. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached without chlorine and feature water-based colors. Set includes 20 guest napkins. Includes: 20 napkins Material: Paper Dimensions: 8" x 4" Made in Germany read more

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Brighten up your next fête with these cocktail napkins featuring a sunny lemon print. Includes 20 paper napkins. Manufacturer: Mic...hel Design Works Includes: 20 napkins Material: Paper Dimensions: 5" x 5" Made in Germany read more

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Add a charming touch to any occasion with these paper napkins featuring adorable owls. Set includes 20 disposable napkins. Manufac...turer: Meri Meri Includes: 20 napkins Material: Paper Dimensions: 6½" x 6½" (13" x 13" when unfolded) Made in China read more

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Add an extra touch of personality to your next party. Sturdy, triple-ply paper napkins are printed with environmentally friendly, ...water-based inks. Biodegradable. 5" square, 20 count. Made in Germany. read more

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Humorous cocktail napkins add some fun and personality to your party. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached... without the use of chlorine and use water-based colors. Sturdy triple-ply construction. Made in Germany. read more

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Stylish cocktail napkins add some charm to your party. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached without the us...e of chlorine and use water-based colors. Sturdy triple-ply construction. Made in Germany. read more

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Humorous cocktail napkins add some fun and personality to your party. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached... without the use of chlorine and use water-based colors. Sturdy triple-ply construction. Made in Germany. read more

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Humorous cocktail napkins add some fun and personality to your party. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached... without the use of chlorine and use water-based colors. Sturdy triple-ply construction. Made in Germany. read more

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Humorous cocktail napkins add some fun and personality to your party. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached... without the use of chlorine and use water-based colors. Sturdy triple-ply construction. Made in Germany. read more

Sur La Table

Humorous cocktail napkins add some fun and personality to your party. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached... without the use of chlorine and use water-based colors. Sturdy triple-ply construction. Made in Germany. read more

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Humorous cocktail napkins add some fun and personality to your party. Environmentally friendly napkins are biodegradable, bleached... without the use of chlorine and use water-based colors. Sturdy triple-ply construction. Made in Germany. read more

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