Svenskt Tenn’s napkin becomes a beautiful addition to your table setting, the Mille Fleurs print makes it perfect for every occasion.
This early print that Josef Frank first called Tulipan, was later remade to suit the new printing technique that was coming into use in the 1940s. With this change, the print was no longer rotated, but instead built upon a repetition of rectangles. The new print, which was also in a different colour scheme, was called Mille Fleurs, the French translation for A Thousand Flowers.
The placement of the pattern may vary from the one in the picture.