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Red Berry Table Linen

This fun and festive hand block printed table linen creates a fabulous Christmas table. 
Napkins £24 for a set of 4, Tablecloths from £65

LINEN COTTON NAPKINS - HEMSTITCH


BUY SET OF 4 - 10% discount at checkout
Our best selling white hemstitch linen table napkins come in standard size, but also in extra large for that added statement. 

Hand Stitched Hemstitch border
55% Linen 45% cotton
Machine wash 60°
Style suggestion:

Pair with our Classic White Hemstitched white linen table cloths.

Available in 2 sizes 

RECTANGULAR TABLE CLOTH

Our popular best selling white linen table cloths are extremely elegant and add glamour to all dining tables. We make them to fit many sizes, including extremely large tables - so take out your tape measure and check your perfect size. Each table cloth has a wide hand stitched hemstitch border which hangs over the side of the table.
55% Linen 45% Cotton
Machine Wash 60°
Style suggestion:

Pair with our classic White Linen Napkins. 

Smoke Lobster Pot Lampshade

These simple yet elegant lampshades add a rustic glow to any room.  

Technique of Production
The plaiting technique, used since Gone Rural's inception, is used to create some our most popular pieces. It involves using a dyed fibre, such as lutindzi, which is braided into long strands. These plaits are then woven, coiled, shaped, and sewn together to create beautiful products such as our placemats.

Materials

Natural White Tableware Collection

Adding fresh, minimal neutral tones to your table setting 

These elegant smoke and white placemats will add style to any table setting. 

Technique of Production
The plaiting technique, used since Gone Rural's inception, is used to create some our most popular pieces. It involves using a dyed fibre, such as lutindzi, which is braided into long strands. These plaits are then woven, coiled, shaped, and sewn together to create beautiful products such as our placemats.

Materials

The Cooking Pot

Inspired by a traditional eSwatini cooking pot our beautiful cooking pot basket bring character to any space.

Materials
Lutindzi - is sourced directly from the mountains of Swaziland. It is sustainably harvested by cutting above the root and is proven to be waterproof and stain-resistant due to its strong, waxy finish.
Sisal - a regenerating weed from the Lavumisa area of Swaziland, provides a fine fibre that can be dyed a spectrum of bright and light colours. 

Umoya - Air Trivet

This collection has been inspired by the four elements - Earth, Water, Fire and Air - which have been interpreted into contemporary designs and new techniques by the artisans.  

Takhi, the Siswati word meaning "designing" or "making on your own" is Gone Rural UK's first artisan-lead design collection.

"We breath the air”

Uhlaba - Earth Trivet, Takhi Collection

This collection has been inspired by the four elements - Earth, Water, Fire and Air - which have been interpreted into contemporary designs and new techniques by the artisans.  

Takhi, the Siswati word meaning "designing" or "making on your own" is Gone Rural UK's first artisan-lead design collection.

"We grow our produce in the soil, we’re relying on it all the time. We call it our last home”

Umlilo - Fire Trivet - Tahki Collection

This collection has been inspired by the four elements - Earth, Water, Fire and Air - which have been interpreted into contemporary designs and new techniques by the artisans.  
Takhi, the Siswati word meaning "designing" or "making on your own" is Gone Rural UK's first artisan-lead design collection.

"Fire burn and regenerates the grass around our homes"

"We cook with Fire”

Emanti - Water Trivet

"Water is life, there's nothing we can do without water"

Honouring the life that water gives, and inspired by the movement and shades of water, Busisiwe Langwenya and Ncamsile Zwane have together crafted this beautiful grass woven trivet. A one off centre piece for your table or wall or a set to dress any dinner or lunch gathering, beautifully inspired by water.

Materials 
Lutindzi - sourced directly from the mountains of Eswatini.
Sisal -  a regenerating weed sourced from the Lavumisa area of Eswatini.