Antique 1910s French square heavy tablecloth, white metis which is a blend of half cotton, half linen, with crocheted lace insertion terminating in points as shown, drawn work in the metis squares, and a monogram I.B.C., center placed C. It measures 72 inches square not including the lace points, and was likely intended for use on a round table, as round tables were at their peak in popularity at this time, and a 72 inch square was the most popular size and shape for use on these tables. Other table linens in this state were all French in origin, and while the fabric is consistent with this, the monogram and lace style is more German. Possibly from a region that bordered Germany. It is in excellent condition, no issues. A separation where the lace was stitched is visible in the photos, but I have since closed this. Freshly hand laundered and ready for your immediate use. I
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