This licensed William Morris Merton Blue design was first produced in 1888. Merton is of course, named after Merton Abbey which William Morris acquired in June 1881 for his workshops for his company Morris & Co. The Abbey complex included buildings for textile printing and stained glass making plus fabric, tapestry and carpet weaving. The fact this beautiful design was named after such an important milestone in Morris’ life - acquiring the mill and all he created from that, makes it a really important and well loved Morris design.
The napkins have a hemmed edge, are 100% Cotton and sold in packs of four. They make the perfect addition to every table, practical for everyday and special occasion tablescapes!
The napkins each measure 40.5cm by 40.5 cm and have a hemmed edge.
Our cotton napkins are machine washable at 30 degrees. As with all printed fabrics, please fold face to face before washing.
Just like all our designs, our Merton Blue napkins are printed and manufactured in the United Kingdom. All our William Morris designs are licensed designs, printed both size and colour wise to our own specification to best suit our products. Matching item available are pvc apron, tablecloths, tea towels, fabric by the metre.