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The Linen Peddler meddles and peddles in fine house hold linens.

The Linen Peddler meddles and peddles in vintage and not so vintage fine linens and cottons. Old suitcases carry a cornucopia of bespoke treasures.

Start rummaging and you will find artisan table runners and napkins, decorated with hand printed images of ‘Fruits de la Mer ’ inspired by warm summer afternoons in the south of France sipping crisp chilled white wine whilst eating lobsters, crabs and prawns from ice covered platters. Heaven! Delve a little deeper to unearth wonderful seductive coloured vegetable table napkins, including designs such as delicious Beetroots, Peppers, Artichokes and Aspsragus. Great for a special occasion or for everyday meal gatherings.

For your tea party once in a while there are delicate vintage doilies printed with Alice in Wonderland inspired teacups, cakes and crowns, to name but a few items.

For the kitchen The Linen Peddler has produced a range of Linen Tea Towels inspired by utensils and objects found on the laden shelves of the "Traditional General Store" harping back to bygone days.

Hording comes naturally to the Linen Peddler and the eclectic mix of objects, junk and jumble acquired over time is the main influence for her many collections.

Jane Howarth was Senior Lecturer and Head of Fashion/Textiles on the Foundation course at the University for the Creative Arts, Maidstone from 1994 untill 2014. She is currently an associate lecturer at UAL, teaching drawing classes on the BA (Hons) Fashion Illustration course.

She has a BA Hons in Fashion/Textiles and a Postgraduate in printed textiles.

She has been producing her own diverse work for many years and has featured in articles, magazines and books such as Casa Vogue, Living Etc, Noi-se, Metro, Shop eat drink London, to name a few. Recent exhibitions of her sculptural art pieces include The Saatchi gallery ‘Burning Bright ‘ exhibition at The Hyatt Churchill, London. Her work is for sale in various select boutiques in London.

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Most of the time your purchased item will be made to order. I individually hand print each napkin once you have placed your order with me, as I do not hold stock of each items due to the fact that each order I recieve is different. If it is a vintage one off item it may have been printed in advance.

Your item/items will be sent in a clear cellophane bag, which is then placed in a plastic postage bag. They will NOT be packaged in presentation boxes, nor do I offer a gift wrapping service or any other bespoke packaging requests.

Your purchase will be sent first class post via royal mail. I go to the post office counter and weigh every package so that I pay the correct amount for postage. I also keep a reciept of postage with your postcode on ( incase of any problems )

I cannot guarantee that your item will arrive on time (or at all) if sent via first class post.

If you want this item for a specific time/date you MUST contact me when you place your order to discuss postage options such as special devlivery, next day- signed for etc.

You will have to pay in advance for the delivery service you require.

If it is a small order such as 4 napkins or 1 table runner I will endevour to print it and dispatch it within 2-4 working days, however if it is a larger order this may take me a little while longer to produce.

For larger orders I will endevour to dispatch the items witin 4-6 working days.

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