Luxury collection of embroidered tablecloths

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A collection of exceptional round or rectangular embroidered tablecloths
Enchant friends with colourful embroidery. White is indispensable for festive occasions, either embroidered or with open-work.

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A collection of exceptional round or rectangular embroidered tablecloths
Enchant friends with colourful embroidery. White is indispensable for festive occasions, either embroidered or with open-work.

Slide background

A collection of exceptional round or rectangular embroidered tablecloths
Enchant friends with colourful embroidery. White is indispensable for festive occasions, either embroidered or with open-work.

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A collection of exceptional round or rectangular embroidered tablecloths
Enchant friends with colourful embroidery. White is indispensable for festive occasions, either embroidered or with open-work.

Tablecloths were first used in the Middle Ages to wipe the hands. During the Renaissance they were often woven in linen and embroidered with the host's coat of arms. Linen remains the preferred fabric for discerning people. From 1850 and up to the 20th century, open-work embroidery was used for all grand occasions. Coloured tablecloths were fashionable in the 30s and today the imagination is unfettered. We now use both hand embroidery and hand guided machine embroidery...

Linge au Coeur enjoys an impeccable reputation thanks to exquisite craftsmanship, « savoir faire » and unique house linens. Traditional workmanship is intrinsically intermingled with new techniques to express the contemporary aesthetic. Whether on the kitchen or dining room table, a tablecloth brings both fantasy and elegance to a meal. It protects your table and enhances the beauty of your home. Round or rectangular, there is a shape for every occasion. Discover Ruban de Laurier, a contemporary classic with traditional craftsmanship; Carreaux de Gamme, hand embroidered open-work, a modern classic. Couronne de Fleurs des Champs, a hand embroidered motif on linen, created by the Linge au Coeur family several generations ago. Enchant your guests.