les indiennes
claudine madder red napkin set

When Mary Mulcahy met Srinivas Pitchuka, a craftsman practicing the ancient art of kalamkari printing in southern India, Les Indiennes was born. Today, they employ over 50 families in the tiny Indian village, where the production process has remained true to its origins. Entirely handmade without electricity, the process involves mixing plant- and earth-based dyes to print Mary's designs on 100% organic cotton—all the while leaving no environmental or social footprint. These oversized Claudine Napkins can also work beautifully as placemats. Handmade in India.

• 22" square with mitered corners
• Set of 4
• 100% cotton, natural dyes using the traditional kalamkari block printing process
• Each napkin is made entirely by hand, small smudges and other imperfections should be expected and embraced
• Care Instructions: Hand wash separately in cold water, or use gentle detergent on a delicate cycle. Tumble dry low or hang dry in the shade. Do not use bleach or dry clean.

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