The WILLIAMSBURG Mason Reserve Table Linens collection features an all-over printed pattern of grapevines, fruit, and birds inspired by an antique textile in our collections. The traditional wine red and tan shades provide a stunning and sophisticated look to your tabletop and dining room.
- 100% cotton table linens
- Wine red and tan colors
- Printed allover pattern inspired by an antique textile
- Placemat measures 13"H x 19"L
- Napkin measures 18" square
- Table Runners measure 13"H x 36"L, 13"H x 54"L, and 13"H x 72"L
Each piece sold separately.
Machine wash cold, hang to dry, touch up with warm iron, if needed.
A copperplate printed fabric dating from 1774-1811 in our collections (object # 1951-364,1) is the inspiration behind the pattern on our Mason Reserve linens. See the original in our online archives.
Millions of wine bottles have been excavated in Williamsburg, Virginia - each with a story. Wine was very much a part of life in the revolutionary city. Shopkeeper John Greenhow sold wine, groceries, and fine imported goods to a "Who's Who" of Virginia residents. Indeed, Washington and Jefferson were shareholders in Virginia’s first wine company. It is this legacy that has inspired our iconic Mason Reserve collection.
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So pretty! I know I will enjoy! So refreshing to find runners not made in China! Love the pattern!