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  • Blush Tissue Paper

    Four sheets of blush peony tissue paper. - 50 x 76cm

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    £3.50
  • Floral Ribbon Tissue Paper

    Four sheets of tissue paper with a floral ribbon design. - 50 x 76cm

    £3.50
  • Peonies Tissue Paper

    Make your gifts stand out with this delightful and vibrant tissue paper with a peonies design. - Includes four sheets - 50 x 76cm

    £3.50
  • Vegetable Lunch Napkins

    Vegetables of all colours adorn these Emma Bridgewater napkins. Use them in the summer when prepping salad and when vegetables are at their best. The tissue used is 3-ply and the napkins measure 33 x 33 cm.

    £4.00
  • Tomato Lunch Napkins

    Vines of colourful tomatos adorn these Emma Bridgewater napkins. Use them in the summer when tomatos are at their best. The tissue used is 3-ply and the napkins measure 33 x 33 cm.

    £4.00
  • RHS Cabbage Cocktail Napkin

    …are created using engraved prints from the Royal Horticultural Society and reference the work of china-designer, Dodie Thayer, in Lettuce ware. Each pack contains 20 napkins and are made using non-toxic, water soluble dyes. Napkins measure 25 x 25 cm (when open) and are made from 3-ply tissue.

    £3.00
  • RHS Cabbage Dinner Napkin

    …are created using engraved prints from the Royal Horticultural Society and reference the work of china-designer, Dodie Thayer, in Lettuce ware. Each pack contains 20 napkins and are made using non-toxic, water soluble dyes. Napkins measure 38 x 38 cm (when open) and are made from 3-ply tissue.

    £5.00
  • RHS Cabbage Lunch Napkins

    …are created using engraved prints from the Royal Horticultural Society and reference the work of china-designer, Dodie Thayer, in Lettuce ware. Each pack contains 20 napkins and are made using non-toxic, water soluble dyes. Napkins measure 33 x 33 cm (when open) and are made from 3-ply tissue.

    £4.00
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