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4 pcs PUK  Napkins White/Navy
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4 pcs PUK  Napkins White/Navy
4 pcs PUK  Napkins White/Navy
4 pcs PUK  Napkins White/Navy
4 pcs PUK  Napkins White/Navy

4 pcs PUK Napkins White/Navy

EUR 60.00
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Luxurious damask napkins made of linen and cotton with big French squares and a remarkable depth in the weave. The napkins are hand-woven with a beautiful pattern based on traditional weaving methods, and they look like they came straight out of an antique French linen closet.

In White/Navy the damask napkins bring a French lightness and sensuality to the table in the form of simultaneously casual and elegant squares that emerge with a dark blue thread like an extra layer in the goose eye pattern. 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. The size of the napkin is 43x43 cm.
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About Damask

Georg Jensen Damask is a culture bearer within Danish design tradition as well as the history of craft. Our history is built on proud weaving traditions since 1756, but members of the family behind Georg Jensen Damask have been weavers all the way back to the 1500s.  The weaving is based on a classic design with a focus on functionality and quality both back then and today.


Throughout times we have worked together with some of the most acknowledged weavers, designers and architects, for example Arne Jacobsen, Cecilie Manz, Andreas Engesvik, Margrethe Odgaard and Nanna Ditzel. Furthermore, we have been involved in several projects with the Royal Danish Court and we are proud to call ourselves Purveyor to Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark.