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  • Bon appétit napkins (x2) - linen & turquoise - French Address
  • Bon appétit napkins (x2) - linen & turquoise - French Address
  • Bon appétit napkins (x2) - linen & turquoise - French Address
  • Bon appétit napkins (x2) - linen & turquoise - French Address
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Bon appétit napkins (x2) - linen & turquoise

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Set of 2 French napkins – linen & turquoise 

  • 100% linen
  • Soft and resistant
  • Dual purpose: napkin & place mat

These French napkins are 100% made in linen by Charvet, one of the last linen mills, existing since 1866 in Northern France. They are the experts of French kitchen linens. 

These napkins with the French words 'Bon appétit' (Enjoy your meal) will become essential everyday accessories for your table. The turquoise slogan adds a modern touch to the rustic style of the raw linen color. 

The texture is so soft thanks to the thickness of the fabric (13.9 oz/yd² - 472 g/m²). Linen is the perfect fabric for napkins: it has hypoallergenic and antibacterial qualities, and it is very resistant, so your napkin will have a longer lifespan

These French napkins can also be used as place mats. Dual purpose! 

Exists also in linen & redlinen & whitewhite & redwhite & turquoise. Why not mixing the colors of our French kitchen linens? 

Product details (size, weight...)


17.8 x 13.8 in - 45 x 35 cm.


100% linen.


Each napkin weighs 0.4 lb - 160 g.

Care instructions:

Can be machine washed (warm) and tumble dried (medium). Ironing at high temperatures. Do not bleach.

Made in

Made in Armentières, Northern France.

Brand story

Charvet is one of the last linen mills in Armentieres, existing since 1866. 155 years of a genuine know-how. Charvet linen experts pursue this long history, and they are nowadays considered as the leading French manufacturer of industrial fabrics in natural materials.
Charvet designs and produces high-quality linens for home and decoration: kitchen-towels, aprons, table linens, bed linens and accessories (bags, pillows). The common trait: traditional yet elegant designs on thick and soft fabrics.

Their linens are made in noble materials, linen and cotton, with French traditional designs and patterns. They are mainly in neutral color (white, beige, taupe, and gray) and also in the 2 French emblematic colors: blue and red (as on the French flag). Charvet linens are the typical French country houses linens!