Thomas Ferguson Women’s White Irish Linen Lace Handkerchiefs (Set of 2) 10″ Square in Gift Box
The Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen Ladies Small White Linen Handkerchiefs feature a white lace edge design and includes a set of 2 handkerchiefs in a small gift box. The handkerchief size is 26cm (10in) square. The handkerchief is 100% Irish linen and the lace is 95% cotton and 5% nylon.
This beautiful handkerchief is also a perfect gift for the bride-to-be, her wedding party and other very special guests in the wedding.
For care instructions wash your linens at a maximum of 40 degrees Celsius or 104 degrees Fahrenheit (warm, delicate cycle); use a mild soap and avoid chlorine bleach; if possible, line dry or lay flat to dry (smoothing out any wrinkles post wash) as it’s the best for linen; iron on low heat with steam on slightly damp linen (best the inside of the fabric).
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. Today there are still a few weavers weaving plain linens for apparel, but Thomas Ferguson is the only Irish linen damask weaver still remaining in the whole of Ireland weaving traditional Irish damask table linen.
|PKG Dimensions||6 × 6 × 0.75 in|
|Brand||Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen|
|Country of Manufacture||Ireland|
With a minimum amount of proper care, the natural beauty of linen is easily maintained. Linen is the strongest natural fiber known to man, and of all textile fiber is the one which washes best. 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 40 degrees Celsius or 104 degrees Fahrenheit; use a mild soap and 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 late flat to dry.
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