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The most cherished seasonal pattern, in ivory fine porcelain trimmed in pure 24 karat gold. This napkin holder is the perfect addi...tion to your holiday sideboard. read more

Lenox

Holiday Nouveau Jacquard print tablelinens by Lenox will bring warmth and luxury to your home for the holidays. 58% Cotton / 42% P...olyester. Imported. Lenox Tablecloths Holiday Nouveau: 70 Round Multi #A7115 070RNDMLT - Tablecloths - Tablecloth (Round) read more

Lenox

Holiday Nouveau Jacquard print tablelinens by Lenox will bring warmth and luxury to your home for the holidays. 58% Cotton / 42% P...olyester. Imported. Lenox Tablecloths Holiday Nouveau: 60 x 84 Oval Multi #A7115 084OVLMLT - Tablecloths - Tablecloth (Oval) read more

Lenox

Holiday Nouveau Jacquard print tablelinens by Lenox will bring warmth and luxury to your home for the holidays. 58% Cotton / 42% P...olyester. Imported. Lenox Tablecloths Holiday Nouveau: 60 x 84 Oblong Multi #A7115 084OBLMLT - Tablecloths - Tablecloth (Oblong) read more

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These table linens highlight the spirit of the season. Table Linens:linens feature framed border print with red plaid ribbon, gree...n holly and gold accents off-white jacquard damask background features subtle tone-on-tone holly pattern easy-care fabric for worry-free entertaining Cotton/polyester. Washable. Imported.. Unisex. Color: Multi. Brand: Lenox. Manufacturer Part #: 78942640018. read more

Lenox

These table linens highlight the spirit of the season. Table Linens:linens feature framed border print with red plaid ribbon, gree...n holly and gold accents off-white jacquard damask background features subtle tone-on-tone holly pattern easy-care fabric for worry-free entertaining Cotton/polyester. Washable. Imported.. Unisex. Color: Multi. Brand: Lenox. Manufacturer Part #: 78942640018. read more

Lenox
$13.60
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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
$7.40
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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
$6.00
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While these stunning napkins will stand on their own, they're also designed to be used with Lenox china. Ideal Home Range, or IHR,... has gained a richly deserved worldwide reputation as the preeminent manufacturer of paper napkins and is today considered to be the international market leader for table decoration and interior accessories. The products range from tissue napkins in various sizes - to decorative candles, trays, tablecloths, home textiles and interior accessories such as bone china, ceramics, porcelain, Christmas decor, ribbons and more. IHR is distributed in the USA exclusively through it's partnership with Boston International. read more

Lenox
$6.99
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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
$7.35
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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
$12.83
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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
$12.15
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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
$30.00-$130.00
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Dine elegantly with Lenox's holiday nouveau cutwork polyester satin with cutwork and embroidery table linens. Made from 100-percen...t polyester, the tablecloth is machine washable and dry with no heat. Use of a cool iron for touch up care may be needed. The coordinating collection includes runners, placemats, and napkins for full accessorizing. read more

Lenox
$8.40
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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

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