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Linen Dogwood Cocktail Napkin Set

Regular price
$32
Sale price
$27

#6030-089 In Stock

Serve drinks in style with our set of four 6" embroidered cocktail napkins. Each 100% linen cotton napkin features a delicate dogwood flower stitched in black thread. The set of four napkins comes boxed for easy gifting and storage. 

Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

Meet_Maker

Lumina Embroidery, run by Sarah Tillery and her mother Jennifer, was founded in 2015. Inspired by beautiful heirloom pieces passed down by previous generations, Sarah and Jennifer put their inherited embroidery skills to work creating beautiful, custom pieces for the modern family. Both North Carolina natives, they named their business after Lumina Avenue, the former location of the “Palace of Light” in Wrightsville Beach, where they spent many summers. Their new designs are inspired by their heritage and the beauty and traditions of the South. They can be found working out of their home studio in Wilmington.

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Specifications

Specifications

  • Length: 6"
  • Width: 6"
  • Materials: 100% linen cotton
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash on a gentle cycle. Tumble-dry on low heat. Iron only the reverse side of the embroidery on a padded surface.
  • Made in North Carolina.

Specifications

  • Length: 6"
  • Width: 6"
  • Materials: 100% linen cotton
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash on a gentle cycle. Tumble-dry on low heat. Iron only the reverse side of the embroidery on a padded surface.
  • Made in North Carolina.

Meet the Maker

Lumina Embroidery, run by Sarah Tillery and her mother Jennifer, was founded in 2015. Inspired by beautiful heirloom pieces passed down by previous generations, Sarah and Jennifer put their inherited embroidery skills to work creating beautiful, custom pieces for the modern family. Both North Carolina natives, they named their business after Lumina Avenue, the former location of the “Palace of Light” in Wrightsville Beach, where they spent many summers. Their new designs are inspired by their heritage and the beauty and traditions of the South. They can be found working out of their home studio in Wilmington.