Design by Puk Lippmann
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.
Georg Jensen Damask has proud weaving traditions that can be traced back to the Danish craft society of yore. We have been weaving since 1756, and we have been providing the framework for everyday life and celebrations ever since.
Classic craftsmanship & qualitySee the collection
The Puk napkins are hand-woven at a small family-owned weaving mill in Karur, India. Selling the napkins supports the training of local weavers and pays for the employees' health and life insurance.
Puk Lippmann trained as a weaver at the Vibeke Klint studio until 1970. In recent years, she has focused on the architecture of space and worked to enhance its expression through new surfaces, textures and colours.