Entomologist Garden Table Runner – Coming Soon

£52.00

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Description

Our ‘Entomologist’s Garden’ table runner features butterflies, beetles, palms and leaves for a nature inspired table setting.
Co-ordinating napkins and placemats are available separately.
Perfect for special occasions.
Sustainably made in UK from 100% organic cotton.
Machine washable, do not tumble dry.

200 cm x 45 cm approx
Machine washable
Care label
Machine washable, do not tumble dry.

UK Shipping £3 Delivery within 10 days
US shipping £6 delivery in 10 – 14 days
Currently not shipping to Europe

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‘Every year a botanist would bring plant specimens collected from faraway lands for the tropical greenhouse. The Duchess Violacea Macrobothrys was rather taken with the dashing entomologist who accompanied the botanist’s visit to the house that spring and whilst they peered into glass display cases of butterflies, grasshoppers and beetles a spark flickered back and forth between them. Outside in the garden the peacock paused to admire his reflection in the window and saw the spark.’

Discover this highly detailed biophilic design with an English feel in a vintage colour palette. Drawn to the idea of an Entomologist’s garden in the jungle with tropical palms, insects, Claire’s inspiration came from historical entomology and botanical prints.