Wash at 60 °C. White damask products can be washed at 95 °C. When coated the product is stain- and dirt resistant.
Unfold product before washing and avoid overfilling the washing machine.
Stretch the product gently after washing.
You can tumble dry the product.
We recommend line-drying, it gives a smoother result and it is better for the environment.
Always observe the washing instructions provided on the product. Wash at 60°C opens the cotton yarns and it becomes clean. Many people think that washing the tablecloth at 40 °C will make the product last longer, but the products are made for high temperature.
Tablecloths with coating can be used for a longer period before washing simply by wiping regularly. The coating will last between 10 to 15 washes. .
Ironing at max. 150 °C (2 dots).
Choose tablecloth size: We recommend 20 to 30 cm drop to get the most beautiful look. For example if you have a table of 1 x 2 m vi recommend that the size of the tablecloth is 140 x 240 cm.
Design: Andreas Engesvik
The elegant hand-drawn line makes ENGESVIK by hand a unique damask tablecloth, where the craftsmanship involved is clearly evident.
Norwegian designer Andreas Engesvik is the man behind the design. The hand-drawn pattern on the tablecloth celebrates the idea of the simple life and was created in close collaboration with Georg Jensen Damask. The lines are woven into the cloth with thread that is a slightly lighter shade than the blue background colour. The weaving itself is a complicated affair, as the threads must follow the uneven lines created by the pressure on the pencil. The result is a pattern of graphical ease and intrinsic humanism. This Damask tablecloth has been treated with a finish that protects it from dirt and stains. Read more about the repellent finish
The colour of Blue Abyss invokes an exclusive and dramatic expression in this damask tablecloth, where noble craftsmanship and unique lines join forces in the distinguished dark blue colour tones. Napkins in contrasting colour accentuate the personal expression.