A Little Misunderstanding Paper Cocktail Napkins - 20 Per Package

13630C
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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
£4.00

Caspari triple-ply napkins are both striking in design and durable in function. Thoughtfully designed to elevate any occasion, they feature artwork and designs from museums and artist around the world. Each is made of triple-ply tissue and printed in Germany with non-toxic, water-soluble dyes and food-safe ink. They are FSC-certified and made using environmentally-conscious raw materials, which ensures they are both biodegradable and compostable. Our napkins bring eco-friendly style and convenience to your tabletop. 20 napkins per package.

  • Triple-ply material offers convenience and durability.
  • Printed in Germany using non-toxic, water soluble dyes.
  • 20 Cocktail Napkins per Package
  • 12.7 x 12.7 cm when closed, 25 x 25 cm when open
In this Design: In the 1900s, a communication craze swept the world in the way we know social media to have done today. The new trend was postcards and many artists, little known or otherwise, turned to them as a new medium. This design, which features a woman in a green dress and bloomers giving a man a kick in the behind, is adapted from one such card, created by artist Carlos Bady.
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Product Type: Cocktail Napkins
Product SKU: 13630C
Product UPC: 0025096867818
Collection Name: A Little Misunderstanding
Quantity Included: 20 Per Package
Material: Triple-Ply Paper Printed with Non-Toxic, Water-Soluble Dyes
Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 12.7 cm when closed, 25 x 25 cm when open
Country of Origin: Germany
Artist or Collection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Artist or Collection Biography: The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation's centennial. Today the MFA is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world; the collection encompasses nearly 500,000 works of art. The Museum has obligations to the people of Boston and New England, across the nation and abroad. It celebrates diverse cultures and welcomes new and broader constituencies. The Museum is a place in which to see and to learn. It stimulates in its visitors a sense of pleasure, pride and discovery which provides aesthetic challenge and leads to a greater cultural awareness and discernment. The Museum’s ultimate aim is to encourage inquiry and to heighten public understanding and appreciation of the visual world.
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