Matchstick Banksia Blue Napkins
The Matchstick Banksia Blue is a unique plant, endemic to the Avon River Basin, named for its distinctive bright pink, cream and yellow flowers tipped in green. It is estimated that there are as few as 500 plants left in the wild. The Matchstick Banksia is one of the 30 plants that the Australian Government has prioritised under the Threatened Species Strategy.
More than just a tablecloth, an heirloom to last a lifetime. The hand-illustrated pattern has inimitable character and charm and fabulous for special dinners and every night dining."All Utopia Goods home products are hand screen printed; a method which requires precision, time, skill and craft.
• Luxurious linen/cotton blend napkins
• Set of 2 napkins
• 55 x 55 cm
• Designed in Australia, handmade and printed in India
Gentle machine or hand wash in cold water. Do not tumble dry, soak or bleach. Iron inside out at medium setting if necessary. Keep out of direct sunlight to avoid excessive fading.
Due to the hand made nature of our fabric slight variations in colour and weave may occur throughout the fabric. Every napkin features a different print placement and may vary to what is pictured online."