The Thomas Ferguson Chrysanthemum White Linen Damask Rectangular Tablecloth is sized at 72″ x 90″ (183cm x 229cm) and includes a luxury gift box. Fergusons Chrysanthemum design is a classic taken from Thomas Ferguson’s 19th century design archive, and is just as elegant when used in modern formal dining as it was in the past. Fine Irish linen damask is beautiful and timeless and enriches the surroundings of everyday life. Linen damask makes an exceptionally high quality table linen. This Chrysanthemum floral damask pattern and traditional table linen design is used throughout the world.
Fine Irish linen damask by Thomas Ferguson has 169 threads per square inch and combines fine, high quality yarns, dense weave and intricate designs to create exquisite and beautiful table linens that have longevity. Ferguson’s linen damask also makes a unique gift for weddings, anniversaries or other special occasions.
The Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen company, bears the name of its founder, Thomas Ferguson and has been offering quality Irish linen to customers since 1854. Thomas Fergusons Irish linen are widely acknowledged as the finest linen jacquard weaver in the world. This reputation for quality has been developed through many generations of dedication and skill and owes much to the company's rich heritage.
Pure Irish Linen is extremely durable and when laundered properly, will last a very long time. With a minimum amount of proper care, the natural beauty of linen is easily maintained. Irish linen wears extremely well. The more linen is washed the softer and more luminous it becomes. Provided a few simple rules are followed, linen will remain in pristine condition for years, through normal household use.
Linen increases in strength when wet, which is why it stands up to the rough and tumble of repeated laundering so well. Commercial soap powders and liquid detergents can be safely used, but as with all other textiles always test for color fastness. Wash your linens at a maximum of 50 degrees Celsius or 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Commercial soap powders and liquid detergents can be safely used, however, avoid chlorine bleach.
Never tumble-dry linen as this can over-dry the fibers and makes ironing more difficult. Linen naturally dries quickly anyway. So spin and line or lay flat to dry.
Your can iron Irish Linen at any of the normal temperatures up to 210 degree Celcius or 410 degrees Fahrenheit. Always stretch the damp article to its natural size and shape before ironing. Always iron linen when damp, first on the wrong side up to eliminate creases and then on the right side if you wish to enhance the fabric's natural sheen. There is no need to use starch except perhaps for the finest linens, for linen has built-in crispness. If the linen has already dried out before ironing, use a water spray to re-dampen it. A good steam iron or quality steamer will work best on linen.
Safely store under normal conditions. Slatted shelves will allow air to circulate. Avoid cupboards with heating pipes running through them or cedar linen chests, as these can discolor linen. If by mischance it does become discolored, wash as soon as possible and dry in the sun to whiten again. Whenever possible, store linen articles without folding. Linen tablecloths store best rolled.
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