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Wood Dot Placemat and Pippa Cloth Dinner Napkin

Product Description

Overview

Small rounds of acacia wood are cut, shaped and woven together to create this unusual square placemat. Each piece displaying its own unique color and grain, the total effect is naturally colorful and contemporary. Due to the natural materials used in its construction, placemats will vary slightly. Multicolor scallops alternate in lively cool and blue stripes on pure cotton dinner napkins.

Details
  • Placemat is handcrafted and made with acacia wood and fishing line
  • Napkin is 100% cotton
  • Spot clean only for placemat
  • Machine wash napkin in cold water, tumble dry low
  • Made in multiple countries

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Return/Exchange Policy

We will accept returns and exchanges of non-furniture items if:

  • Non-furniture items are returned within 90 days of customer receipt.
  • A valid proof of purchase is provided (see below).
  • Non-furniture items are returned in good condition—unused and unwashed.

If you discover an item has a manufacturer’s defect or was damaged during transit, we will accept the item for return or exchange with proof of purchase. Without proof of purchase, the item can be exchanged only for the same item. A valid photo ID is required.

We are unable to accept any items for return or exchange without proof of purchase. Items purchased as final sale cannot be returned, exchanged or repaired.

Items must be returned to the store brand where the purchase originated or by mail (if the item was ordered online or by phone and received by mail). Purchases made outside the U.S. may only be returned to the purchase location.

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