Cotton cloth napkins - Set of 4

$82.00

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Free shipping for orders over 300€ in France and UE
Description

Dive into the art of table setting with Tensira's beautiful collection of hand-dyed cotton table napkins. Each set includes four meticulously crafted napkins that combine functionality with elegance. Designed for everyday use, these napkins boast a square shape and a superior weave, ensuring durability and a touch of luxury to your dining table. Let Tensira dinner napkins be the canvas for your culinary creations and express your unique style, one vibrant thread at a time.

Discover the Beauty of Our Cloth Napkins Set

Dining should be an experience, a chance to gather with loved ones and savor every moment. Yet, even the most exquisite meal can feel incomplete without the finishing touch: luxurious cloth napkins. Tensira invites you to elevate your table and your dining experience with our hand-dyed OEKO-TEX® certified cloth napkins, a symphony of color, quality, and conscious craftsmanship. 

More than just napkins, these are vibrant expressions of West African artistry. Each dinner napkins set of four boasts a generous square shape, perfect for folding into elegant pockets or playful knots. The exceptional cotton weave delivers unparalleled softness and a satisfying weight that feels substantial yet delicate. We take pride in using only the finest natural fibers, ensuring these untreated cotton napkins are machine-washable for effortless everyday use.

Crafted for Creativity

Forget about boring, uniform tablescapes. Tensira encourages you to mix and match our vibrant cloth napkins, available in a dazzling array of colors and signature hand-dyed patterns. Create a bold statement with contrasting hues, or weave a harmonious story through complementary tones. Pair your chosen napkins with our equally stunning tablecloths and placemats, letting your imagination be your guide. 

The Gift of Elegance

Give the gift of unforgettable gatherings with a Tensira napkin set. Whether it's a housewarming surprise for the discerning host or a thoughtful gesture for a friend who appreciates the finer things, Tensira napkins offer a touch of understated luxury that transcends any occasion.

Unveiling the Essence of Tensira

Founded in 2009 by Hamidou Diallo and Tuulia Makinen Diallo, Tensira brings you upscale home linen and fashion accessories inspired by West African artistry. Our fabrics, made from 100% cotton, are spun, woven, and dyed in our workshops in Guinea. Tensira is a harmonious blend of Guinean heritage and Scandinavian design.

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Delivery and returns

Free shipping in France, UK and the EU for orders over 100€ of purchase. Free shipping in the countries outside EU for orders over 300€ of purchase. All orders are dispatched from France from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Shipping costs depend on the weight, volume and delivery zone of the products ordered. If you can't find your country from the list of available countries, contact us here and we will provide you a personalized shipping quote.

Items shipped to France and other EU destinations will usually be delivered within 2-5 working days. Add 3 working days for shipments outside the EU.

Return Policy : you can return items within 14 working days of receiving the order. The returned products must be in their original condition and packaging. For more information, please refer to our delivery and return conditions.

For any return request, contact us here.

Details

Material : 100% cotton

Care instructions : 
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Stripes/plain fabrics - machine wash at 40°C
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Indigo/tie&dye fabrics - machine wash at 30°C, wash separate (indigo)
Dimensions : 47x47cm (19x19")

Our fabrics may have small variations in color and weaving. They are part of the charm of artisanal products and make each piece unique.

Craftsmanship

Tensira proposes upscale home linen and fashion accessories from West Africa.


Tensira fabrics are 100% cotton, spun, woven and dyed in their workshops in the Republic of Guinea.