We recommend that you unfold the product completely before washing, and avoid overfilling the washing machine. The product is stretched gently after washing.
We recommend hang drying of the napkins, as this provides a smooth result.
Be sure to follow the washing instructions as washing at precisely 60°C makes the cotton open up and be washed clean.
A lot of people believe they protect the napkins by washing them at 40°C, but the products are made to withstand a higher temperature.
For smoother napkins, we recommend washing them at a low spin speed – max. 600-800 rpm. Hang to dry and iron them while they are still slightly damp.
Luxurious damask napkins made of linen and cotton in a beautiful grey-blue lavender colour and with a remarkable depth in the weave. The napkins are hand-woven with a beautiful pattern based on traditional weave methods, and they look like they came straight out of an antique French linen closet.
In Lavender the damask napkins bring the French lightness and sensuality from rolling lavender fields to the table. At the same time, the classic expression is preserved by a grey undertone and two simple stripes that emerge in the twill weave. It is an exclusive napkin that thanks to its intricate craftsmanship easily fits an informal decoration even if it is slightly wrinkled.
The PUK design itself was created by the weaver and artist Puk Lippmann. The patterns are inspired by traditional weaving techniques found in a book from the 1920s and developed on her loom for a contemporary design. Originally in the form of hand-woven dish towels and now as damask napkins in a lighter version that are hand-woven at a family-owned weaving mill in Southern India. The egg-borders have been preserved with direct reference to century old weaving methods and not only continues history but also gives extra life to the design.
The PUK damask napkins are woven in three different patterns each in their own beautiful colour.
PUK is available in sets of four identical damask napkins in a nice box.