The paisley print has always been a mysterious and flamboyant motif. Because of it's origins, (across the silk routes from East to West) there has always been this sense of exoticism and luxury about it. It’s an organic motif that has depth to it - The original Persian droplet-like motif – the boteh – is thought to have been a representation of a floral spray combined with a cypress tree, a symbol of life and eternity. The seed-like shape is also thought to represent fertility.
Thus, grace your table with these cornflower blue paisley patterned print napkins with matching cornflower blue tassels and take your guests back in time. The different gradients of blue adorning the napkin come together to bring a rich pop of colour to your table to impress your guests.
Fabrics are done by eye, and telltale signs of the human hand, even imperfections, are part of the ineffable humanity and beauty of the craft. Hence, each piece is unique.