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This fresh, crisp spring tablerunner adds whimsy and grace to tables, sideboards, and buffets. Check out the coordinating luncheon sets, dinner napkins, and tablecloths to complete the ensemble.

 

Prized for it's strength while wet, pure Irish linen was spun from the long fibers of the flax plant made and exceptional sails for ships crossing the rugged North Sea for over a millennia. In today's modern world, Irish linen is known for it's classic drape and luster exuding grace and style on your dining room table.

 

Shamrock Embroidered Linen Table Runner

$28.00Price
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  • Machine wash warm and hang to dry to increase the longevity of your linens. Do not use harsh detergents or optic whiteners (bleach) that will destroy the flax fiber threads over time. Iron while the fabric is damp or use a steam iron. Roll rather than fold for storage to prevent creasing. Many professional dry cleaning businesses can wash and press your linens for easy care.

     

    As with other natural textile fabrics, the dimensions of your linen may vary by ± 3 % and can shrink by up to 10% as a result of regular use and washing.

  • All Ferguson Irish Linens we sell are brand new and of the highest quality. If you are dissatisfied with your purchase, simply return them postage paid for a refund minus a 25% restocking fee. All items must be in their original, undamaged and unopened package for refund. Opened packaging and used items are not eligible for reimbursement. Defective items will be refunded fully without the 25% restocking fee provided proof of damage occurred before receiving your order.

     

    Returns accepted up to 7 days after receiving your item provided it is in its original, unused condition. Buyer pays return shipping. Refund will have a 25% restocking fee deducted at the time of reimbursement.

     

    Please review our complete Return and Refund Policy for more specific information regarding the preowned vintage and antique items we offer.   

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