Popular since the 1600's, Chintz was a style of printing on textile that originated in India. This type of textile was in such demand it once threatened the European textile trades and for a while was banned in Europe. https://fashionheritage.eu/fascinating-textiles-the-origins-of-chintz/
Our beautiful chintz pattern is printed on paper and reflects a classic style popular today. The print is featured in a background of mint green (the rectangle product is photographed on champagne linens) or a medium dove grey (photographed on blush linens for the round table product) which match the bridesmaid dresses in demand today. Kathleen Hall photographed our beautiful TableStars on linens from CV Linens which matched colors in the print perfectly. We do not endorse nor are we compensated for identifying their products - we mention it only to assist our customers with color selections for the many other color options one must select for a color managed event. https://www.cvlinens.com/products/wedding-rosette-satin-132-round-tablecloth-blushrose-gold
This pattern is available for both round tables and rectangle tables.
The pattern is offered in two color backgrounds - Mint and Grey. The pattern contains colors of gold, grey, coral, dusty rose. Each panel is roughly 12 inches (30.5 cm) wide at the plate, each TableStar accommodates 8 guests per round table.
Please ask for a swatch.
Please keep in mind that this product is paper which is flammable. This product should not be use around open flames (we suggest battery powered votives if you desire candlelight) or candelabras so the flames are away from the table surface.
Also, while the paper is coated, drinking vessels that condense may create visible marks on the paper. Sometimes the marks are visible on the paper, sometimes they are not. If you plan to put a pitcher of water on the table, we suggest a plate to set it on to keep the dripping to a minimum.
We have water tested the product and the ink will not bleed and the paper will not tear or melt from water on the surface; panels will withstand dripping glasses for more than five hours. However, some drinking vessels produce less condensation then others. We do not recommend polystyrene cups (PS #6) such as solo cups simply because they weep (drip) the most from condensation also, they don't recycle well http://www.ecolife.com/recycling/plastic/how-to-recycle-ps-plastic-6.html We have tested and recommend Polyethylene terephthalate PETE #1 cups because they come in many colors and options including clear. http://www.ecolife.com/recycling/plastic/plastic-recycling-numbers-symbols.html This type of plastic is available in most retail stores that carry cups, you can find it in may designs and options including clear, it is highly recyclable, insulates well, and is generally inexpensive.
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DetailsCurrent Stock:SKU:UPC:Width: 4.00 (in)Height: 15.00 (in)Depth: 4.00 (in)