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A set of four late 60's or early 70's vintage napkins by famed designer (of the time) Ken Scott. The napkins are a beautiful and unusual color combination. The center is a pear green color with a motif that looks like the veins of a leaf, and the border is a nice bright yellow. Woven from linen. The set are in excellent vintage condition - one napkin has a tiny white spot. Each napkin measures 14 1/4" square.

About Ken Scott: In the 60's and 70's, Ken Scott was one of the most renowned designers in Europe, known especially for his bold floral fabrics in fashion and home decor. He has been called "the designer of modernity and color, the 'fashion gardener' with eclectic personality."

Beautiful Ken Scott Linen Cloth Napkin Set Pear Green / Yellow Branch - Set of Four Napkins - Mid Century


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Only ships within United States.
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