Embroidered linen tablecloth, Oceanide

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- Printed and embroidered linen tablecloth - 170g/m²
- 5 cm hem
- Corner cap


Alexandre Turpault
Made In

Tissage : France
Ennoblissement : France
Confection : France

In detail

The Oceanide tablecoth, named "How the stars are born" once again refers to a story inspired by human mythology, where the sky and the sea merge to create the earth. A large wave brings to the surface the riches of the sea. Coral branches, pearls and starfish are projected to the horizon of the sky. Corals form the mountains, pearls rivers and starfish fly to the ends of the universe. Now the five-pointed stars shine in the firmament, the brilliance of which attracts the amazed gaze of men who will return to these constellations their names of marine deities. Poetry is to our soul what air is to our lungs, the essential condition of life that is transmitted and constantly renewed. The abundant imagination of man feeds on nature and reciprocally in an eternal cycle.
Océanide is the fusion of a drawing with a large fitting in digital printing and a refined work of embroidery in beige gradients and white gold threads. The print is concentrated on the edges of the tablecloth and the embroideries rather on the center. A great wave from a mythical ocean rolls tumultuous waves on the whiteness of a linen tablecloth.
There is strength in the movement printed by the stylized pointillist graphic inspired by ancient mosaics and softness in the palette of neutral tones (gray and taupe). A wide variety of details and small motifs (coral branches, pearls, stars of the seas and sky) printed or embroidered contribute to the high added value of this beautiful product from French craftsmanship.
Perfect, chic and simple construction with 5cm hems and hood corners.

Machine wash at 40°C maximum. Dry in the dryer at moderate temperature or in the open air.
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