Bee Napkins from The Honey Bee Collection
*With a slightly imperfect print*
Every now and then we spot a few imperfections in our hand-printing. Whether a small ink smudge or a design printed a little too faintly, these pieces don't make it into our final selection so we’ve added them to our sale. This is a great opportunity to buy slight seconds at significantly reduced prices, please do watch the video below to find out more:
Unfortunately we are unable to accept returns on any sale items.
Beautiful linen bee napkin featuring a hand printed design from our Honey Bee Collection.
Perfect for bee lovers and a daily reminder of how important these little creatures are in our lives.
These napkins are sold as SINGLES.
Our pure linen bee napkins are finished with a simple stitched hem and make a lovely table setting when matched with our linen placemats.
The linen napkins are also available in Quayside, Garden and Coastal collections.
Linen is a natural fabric which gets softer as you wash it. It is great for repelling stains and is the perfect fabric for kitchen and dining.
Each napkin measures:
46 x 46 cm
18.1 x 18.1 inches
Machine washable at 30 degrees
Hand Printed and Made in Cornwall
Hand printed using water based inks and made by a small team of skilled artisans in our Cornish studios.
You can now add plain linen napkins in our signature colours to your printed table linen collection. Available here.
Helen says:- I have really enjoyed designing this lovely new Honey Bee Collection. The Bee design is inspired by my father, Roger who is a very keen bee keeper. With over 20 hives he is passionate about helping to protect and increase honeybee colonies, encouraging others to take up bee keeping as a hobby and giving support and advice to new apiarists. Through his knowledge and expertise, I have learnt so much about these amazing busy creatures and their magical healing honey making skills. I spent hours watching, and loved drawing them in my sketchbook as they went about their busy schedule! You can read more about us all at Helen Round here.