Georg Jensen Damask Christmas tablecloth 140x350 Copenhagen Green
Designer: Bodil Bødtker-Næss
Material: Woven from 100% Egyptian, double spun, combed cotton
Washing instructions: 60°C
In many families, the iconic damask Christmas cloth has become an indispensable part of the holiday season.
The CHRISTMAS CLOTH with the lovely motif of Christmas hearts is a nostalgic signature design in the damask collection. It is an exclusive tablecloth that you grow up with and pass on to the next generation.
In the color Copenhagen, the CHRISTMAS CLOTHES get a very special expression. The deep green colour, inspired by old Copenhagen gates and benches, makes the tablecloth very atmospheric. The color creates a special atmosphere of Christmas as in the old days.
The CHRISTMAS TABLECLOTH in green forms a great base for the set Christmas table with beautiful crockery, red flowers or berries and a fir tree. Matching fabric napkins complete the expression.
The motif on the tablecloth was designed by Bodil Bødtker-Næss, who was part of the inner circle of textile artists around Georg Jensen Damask in the 1970s, and who is also behind the classic Easter design from the same period. For more than 45 years, the braided Christmas hearts and stylized fir branches have been synonymous with Christmas spirit, and the design is an indispensable part of Christmas in many homes.
By using a tablecloth base, the tablecloth will lie nice and firm and will not slide on the surface of the table. It will also protect the dining table against shocks, moisture and stains. You can find the cloth underlay here
With a history spanning more than 100 years, Georg Jensen represents unique craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design ranging from small silverware to watches, jewelery and products for the home.
Georg Jensen's own philosophy was to create democratic design with both functionality and beauty. His craftsmanship and artistic talent, combined with his ability to identify and support design talent, were the foundations on which he built the Georg Jensen business in Copenhagen in 1904.