Blue and white delft pottery in our collections is the inspiration behind the WILLIAMSBURG Delft Tile Table Linens collection. These table linens' classic blue and white design add a traditional feel while blending effortlessly with modern sensibilities. We love them paired with neutral cream dinnerware for a classic look or with brightly-painted earthenware for historic charm and contrast. Purchase additional Delft Tile home accents in our shop to complete the look.
- Blue and cream pattern print inspired by delft tiles in our collections
- Placemats are reversible - print on one side and solid cream on the reverse
- Made of cotton with a linen look
- WILLIAMSBURG by Park
- Placemat measures 13"H x 19" W
- Napkin measures 18" square
- Table Runners measure 13" W x 54"L or 72"L
Each piece is sold separately.
Machine wash on cold. Lay flat to dry. Iron on low.
The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg collections include numerous examples of delft pottery.
The curators note, "Earthenware coated with a lead-glaze that contains tin oxide was commonly known as delft in the 18th century. The majority of delft used in America was produced in England rather than Holland. Aesthetically it had more in common with Chinese porcelain than with other European Earthenware, and it often closely mimicked Asian designs. Imported English delft was found throughout the Chesapeake and used everywhere from gentry dining rooms to apothecary shops."