Vintage Occupied Japan Tablecloth & napkins

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  • Item Category: Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 17,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

This sale is for a beautiful linen tablecloth with 8 matching napkins . The set still has Made in Occupied Japan stickers on it. The table cloth measures 89" long x 47" wide . The napkins measure 16" square. They are new, never used and in excellent condtion. The set is ivory with a beautiful shiny floral design. This set was acquired from a very fine local, smoke free estate. The set was stored. It was never used. T is no damage to the tablecloth but t is surface dirt on the folded portion of the table cloth that was exposed and some yellowing to the exposed area. The parts that were folded under are not dirty or yellowed. On the underside t is one area on the edge with some yellowing spots. T is only one flaw. T is a ¾" long ink mark on the exposed area that happened at the sale. We will be listing many other fine vintage table linen sets obtained at this sale.

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