Vintage Green and White Floral Tablecloth with Green Chrysanthemums - 61x80
A flower lover's dream, in green, this vintage rectangular tablecloth features an array of big, billowy chrysanthemums artistically scattered throughout the cloth. Soft, drapey, and made of a rayon/linen blend, it instantly adds elegance and fresh style to any table setting.
Colors here include all the greens - emerald, spring, olive, lime and army green all set against a creamy white background. Reminiscent of brightly patterned floral sheet sets from the 1960s and 1970s, we aren't quite sure when this tablecloth was made, as there are no hang tags to mark the maker or manufacturer, but if we had to take an educated guess we'd say possibly anywhere between the 1970s-1980s, and at the very least, it was modeled after a vintage floral pattern possibly from earlier decades than those.
Edged in green thread with rounded corners, this tablecloth has personality and vibrant cheer written all over it. Get creative and pair it with equally bright green dishware, or let the cloth take the spotlight and set the table with mismatched all white dishes. Either way, you'll have a beautiful table set for celebrating.
Here in the Vintage Kitchen, we love to take our tablecloths out on parade and use them as picnic blankets too. Big ones like this, are great for layering, mixing and matching, and accommodating a crowd.
- Unique pattern
- Green thread edge
- Rounded corners
- Rectangular size
In gorgeous vintage condition. There are absolutely no flaws with this beauty, except for the lightest of light spots near the edge on one side. This spot (photo shown) is so light it was hard to photograph, and thanks to the bright bold patterns and the location - barely noticeable. The spot measures 2.5" inches in length x .25" inches (width) and appears between two flower bouquets. Other than that, this cloth is in really, really lovely condition.
Measures 61" inches (width) x 80" inches (length) and weighs 1.5lbs.
This tablecloth looks beautiful with, white, green and gold shades. Its especially pretty with these antique teacups.