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Fruit Damask Napkins

Heavy damask linens provide a luxurious backdrop for fine crystal and silver, creating just the right ambience for a candlelit dinner. Made at a Russian factory that was founded in 1872, these 100% linen pieces are woven on Jacquard looms in a pattern of plums and cherries. The sumptuous linens become even softer with regular use. The pieces are finished with full hems and mitered corners. Machine-wash. 22" sq. Set of four. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
Average Customer Rating:
3.667 out of 5
 out of 
(3 Reviews) 3
2 of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Sort by Customer Reviews for Fruit Damask Napkins
Review 1 for Fruit Damask Napkins
2 out of 5
2 out of 5
,Fort Lauderdale
March 5, 2012
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:1 - 4 weeks
Uses product:Once a week
Would You Recommend? No
1of 1found this review helpful.
Coarse fabric
March 5, 2012
The napkins iron well, but feel coarse and rough, unlike traditional damask.
Pros: Strength, easy to iron
Cons: Texture
Review 2 for Fruit Damask Napkins
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
December 11, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
Has owned product for:1 - 4 weeks
Uses product:A few times a year
Would You Recommend? Yes
Beautiful fabric
December 11, 2011
Even though the color is described as white, it is not. I was forewarned by another review, so knew this when I ordered it. It is a very pale ivory color, and I will wash it with bleach to brighten it a bit..
Review 3 for Fruit Damask Napkins
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
San Diego area
November 25, 2011
Has owned product for:1 - 4 weeks
Would You Recommend? Yes
6of 6found this review helpful.
Beautiful table!
November 25, 2011
I just bought a set of these lovely napkins, and used them for the first time for Thanksgiving dinner. These napkins iron beautifully, and the weighty linen fabric and damask pattern make them a true pleasure for the eye and hand. They are a bit lighter than the color on my monitor. Prior to use, I washed them (cold, gentle cycle) with multiple rinses to remove excess dye and sizing. Based on rinse, but the rinse water became less pink-tinted with repetition. After washing, I put them in the dryer (delicate temp), pulled them out when still damp, and ironed both sides to lay-down the fibers. Any color change was not perceptible to my eye. Warning, these napkins will shed a lot of lint on the first washing, so I would wash them by themselves the first few times, and only with like colors. Avoid detergents with chemical brighteners. These napkins are lovely to use and look spectacular. Like all fine linen fabrics, they require attentive care and must be ironed.
Pros: Durable, Texture, Quality, Color, Design, Weight
Cons: require careful ironing