Matouk 68 Round Table Pad

This convenient table pad provides lightweight, affordable protection for your fine dining tables while enhancing the beauty of any tablecloth. Choose from a variety of sizes below. From Matouk.Cotton and polyester.Made in the USA.

Matouk
$66.90 $79.00
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MatoukFour Lanai NapkinsDesigner About Matouk:The son of a jeweler, John Matouk understood the principles of fine workmanship and ...quality materials. After studying fine fabrics in Italy, he founded Matouk in 1929 as a source for fine bed and bath linens. Today, the third generation of the Matouk family guides the company, whose headquarters were relocated to the United States from Europe during World War II. Matouk linens are prized worldwide for their uncompromising quality and hand-finished detailing by skilled craftsmen. read more

Matouk
$66.90 $79.00
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MatoukFour Lanai NapkinsDesigner About Matouk:The son of a jeweler, John Matouk understood the principles of fine workmanship and ...quality materials. After studying fine fabrics in Italy, he founded Matouk in 1929 as a source for fine bed and bath linens. Today, the third generation of the Matouk family guides the company, whose headquarters were relocated to the United States from Europe during World War II. Matouk linens are prized worldwide for their uncompromising quality and hand-finished detailing by skilled craftsmen. read more

Matouk
$66.90 $79.00
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MatoukFour Lanai NapkinsDesigner About Matouk:The son of a jeweler, John Matouk understood the principles of fine workmanship and ...quality materials. After studying fine fabrics in Italy, he founded Matouk in 1929 as a source for fine bed and bath linens. Today, the third generation of the Matouk family guides the company, whose headquarters were relocated to the United States from Europe during World War II. Matouk linens are prized worldwide for their uncompromising quality and hand-finished detailing by skilled craftsmen. read more

Matouk
$93.90 $109.00
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MatoukFour Savannah Gardens Napkins, MonogrammedDesigner About Matouk:The son of a jeweler, John Matouk understood the principles ...of fine workmanship and quality materials. After studying fine fabrics in Italy, he founded Matouk in 1929 as a source for fine bed and bath linens. Today, the third generation of the Matouk family guides the company, whose headquarters were relocated to the United States from Europe during World War II. Matouk linens are prized worldwide for their uncompromising quality and hand-finished detailing by skilled craftsmen. read more

Horchow
$198.00
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Personalized Lazy SusanDetailsVersatile and personalized this lazy susan will keep condiments, garnishes, and more easily accessib...le to everyone at the table. Handcrafted of 100% hard maple; sealed with butcher block oil.Personalization is one line (up to 20 characters/spaces) in style shown.Hand wash.18inDia. x 2inT.Made in USA.You will be able to specify personalization details after adding item(s) to your shopping cart. Please order carefully. Orders for personalized items cannot be returned. read more

GG Collection
$340.00
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GG CollectionLazy Susan DetailsLovely lazy susan from the GG Collection features style and grace. Made of marble on a cast-aluminu...m base. 22inDia. x 1.5inT. Imported.Designer About GG Collection:GG Collection is the brainchild of two friends, Dixie Harrigan and Leigh Anne Baysinger, who wanted to make accessories for those who prefer classical decor to modern influences. Together they started a movement for the revival of the classic European style, beginning with Tuscan-inspired canisters and spice jars, then expanding to include dinnerware and other decor. Their creative combination of metal, stoneware, and mouth-blown glass achieves the relaxed European-country style they were striving to create. read more

MacKenzie-Childs
$395.00
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MacKenzie-ChildsParchment Check Cake StandDesigner About MacKenzie-Childs:Established in 1983, MacKenzie-Childs is located on a 65...-acre former dairy farm in Aurora, New York. Alongside a small herd of Scottish Highland cattle, hens, and a duck pond,... read more

MacKenzie-Childs
$48.00
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MacKenzie-ChildsToddler's Dinnerware SetDetailsMade of BPA-free melamine.Select design when ordering.Top-shelf dishwasher safe; ha...nd washing recommended.Set includes one 8.5inDia. compartment plate, one 6.5inDia. bowl, one 3inDia. cup, one 5.5inL fork, and one 5.5inL spoon.Imported.Designer About MacKenzie-Childs:Established in 1983, MacKenzie-Childs combines vibrant colors and patterns to create a whimsical collection of tableware, furniture, and decorative accessories that epitomize tradition with a twist. The company's designers draw inspiration from the pastoral setting of their studios, located on a 65-acre former dairy farm in Aurora, New York. read more

Godinger
$30.00
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GodingerAirplane CorkscrewDetailsMade of nickel-plated metal.Hand wash.5.25inW x 1inD x 5.25inT.Imported.

Kim Seybert
$498.00
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Kim SeybertJewel Masquerade Table RunnerDetailsHandcrafted of glass and plastic beads on cotton backing.Spot clean.47inL x 19.5inW....Imported.Designer About Kim Seybert: Designer Kim Seybert combines personal study in Old World techniques with a sense of current style to create uniquely elegant pieces for the home. Since 1997, her beaded and embroidered designs have helped to redefine beauty in home decor. read more

Kim Seybert
$140.00
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Kim SeybertFour Peacock Napkin RingsDetailsHandcrafted of goose and peacock feathers, glass and plastic beads, and metal.Spot clea...n.6inDia. x 2.5inT.Imported.Designer About Kim Seybert: Designer Kim Seybert combines personal study in Old World techniques with a sense of current style to create uniquely elegant pieces for the home. Since 1997, her beaded and embroidered designs have helped to redefine beauty in home decor. read more

SFERRA
$46.90 $55.00
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SFERRAFour Dinner Napkins, MonogrammedDesigner About Sferra:The story of Sferra begins at the turn of the 19th century, when Genna...ro Sferra left Italy for the United States in the hopes of finding a market among the Atlantic Coast for his intricate Venetian lace cuffs and collars. By 1912, he and his family had opened up shop on famed Fifth Avenue in New York City. A generation later, Gennaro's two sons expanded their family's collection to include the most luxurious European linens of the day from renowned double damask from Ireland, to Alen?on laces from France, to elaborate embroideries from Belgium and Switzerland. In 1977, the ownership of Sferra was sold by the family to Paul Hooker, under whose keen business savvy and passionate stewardship this classic brand has flourished over the years. With the aid of great advancements in design and production techniques, Sferra has secured its rightful position as a leader in the luxury linens industry. Above all, the secret to the enduring reputation o read more

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