Our Provence Napkins Manosque Blue & White are made to last. We use only the best available cotton pre-washed and pre-shrunk in France to avoid fading of rich colors and disappointing shrinkage after the first wash.
Classic design and color that will go with almost anything
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We use the highest quality cotton available today from Provence, France to make our linens.
We have an exclusive line of French country linens for the kitchen which includes round, square, rectangular, and oval tablecloths. Acrylic coated, Extra Large and custom size tablecloths are also available. We make beautiful bread baskets, chair pads, place mats, napkins, table runners, dishtowels, etc.. Our fabric including our quilted fabric is made only with 100% cotton. Before being carefully cut and finished by hand to make a round or square tablecloth, a hem finished napkin, or a double sided place mat or table runner, our cotton goes through a very harsh multiple step process to insure the best quality of fabric. First it is pre-washed several times so that the rich bright colors will not fade as easily. After the multiple pre-washing and drying steps the fabric is then pre-shrunk several times to avoid disappointing shrinkage after the first laundry. Then a very sophisticated computerized printing process is done to avoid changes in shade of colors of the fabric.
All of our designs are Authentic from Provence.
In addition to great quality, buying A Touch of Provence makes economical sense too. For many years we have been using the same authentic designs and colors from Provence so that customers can contact us even several years after their first purchase to complement and protect their initial investment.
Provence Kitchen™, the culinary division of A Touch of Provence® creates unique Specialty Foods products that are made the old fashion way using only natural and organic ingredients; dressings made with no gum or sugar, herbs, spices, honey, jams, jellies, spreads, mustard, oils, vinegars, olives, pickles, French Camargue rice, sea salt, spice grinders, syrups, and tea.