Napkin pattern


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Napkin pattern See Linen scroll, under Linen.Napkin ring, a ring of metal, ivory, or other material, used to inclose a table napkin.
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In literature:

A flat green table-centre with a red pattern of roses, a thick table-napkin ring worked in yellow worsted, these were revealed.
"Jeremy" by Hugh Walpole
Not a sign of curiosity did she betray, except to gaze around her with keen eyes, which saw everything, even to the pattern of the napkins.
"Dotty Dimple Out West" by Sophie May
The table was laid with a snowy-white damask tablecloth, moss-rose pattern, with napkins to match.
"A California Girl" by Edward Eldridge
All pattern-cloths have the napkins to match.
"Guide to Hotel Housekeeping" by Mary E. Palmer

In news:

To create the confetti pattern on the flower center and napkin, simply dab paint with the tip of a brush.