Made in Italy, 100% cotton
|Object:||Dinner set (More lots)|
|Model/ Name:||Maxim's de Paris|
|Estimated Period:||Second half 20th century|
|Country of Origin:||Italy|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear|
Beautiful tablecloth which bears the name of famous restaurant ‘Maxim's de Paris’ made in Italy.
The restaurant was purchased by Pierre Cardin in the 1980s, a difficult period for this restaurant which lost its star. At that time, the brand gave its name to a few catering related articles such as linen, silverware, glassware, etc... in an attempt to restore its honour.
This is the rectangular tablecloth and not the round one mentioned on the certificate (please see pictures).
A magic light blue with his purple tulips, this tablecloth’s beauty, elegance and quality are priceless.
In very good condition (with only two little spots on two serviettes which are virtually invisible).
The tablecloth measures 180 x 280 cm.
The serviettes measure 50 x 50 cm.
Well packed in a Colissimo parcel with track and trace.
Catawiki member since February 24, 2018, received 14 reviews in total (6 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (6 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Vendeur très sérieux, colis bien reçu et en parfait état.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Le colis était très bien emballé et tout à fait conforme à la description. Je suis ravie.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Adorei!
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