Vintage Embroidered Bar Linen Towel - Pink Rose in Flower Pot with Black Stitching
A small elegant cocktail party is the type of party you give for very close friends who love the elegant things in life... James Beard, 1965
Never underestimate the power of a pretty linen when it comes to unique bar cart style! Whether you incorporate this vintage towel into your display or you put it to use as a tray liner to serve your favorite signature cocktails, it will add a bit of charm to your day and your drinks.
This one contains an art-deco-like emblem centered around a beautiful pink potted rose bush stitched onto soft linen fabric. Part of an heirloom collection of linens curated by a Minnesota seamstress throughout the 20th century, this design is similar to these two napkins in the shop but the thread colors are slightly different and this linen is a brighter white than the napkins.
As a sewer herself, the previous collector had a good eye for collecting quality linens that were beautifully executed in the needlework department. This cloth, like the napkins, features hemstitching along both the top and bottom edge and a color palette of pink, raspberry, ivory, marigold, black and beige.
The understated design leaves plenty of room for styling options, and thanks to the neutral yet interesting color palette of this cloth, it would look lovely with a whole host of cocktails - from sparkly champagne to amber-hued whiskeys to the deep reds of berry-colored wines.
- Hemstitched edge
- Floral embroidery design
- Colors include black, ivory, pink, raspberry, beige, and gold on ivory linen
In gorgeous vintage condition. No holes, tears, ripped threads or stains. This linen is soft, thin, and drapes beautifully.
Measures 13" inches (width) x 20" inches (length)