This is an authentic 1940s Quaker Lace tablecloth, mint and unused in its original box. Quaker Lace was owned by the Bromley family. The name on the box is Bromley Lace Dinner Cloth, likely because it was made at the Bromley curtain mill rather than the Quaker Lace mill, both located in Philadelphia.
The beautiful beige or ecru tablecloth has a roses pattern called Clair and measures 70 by 88 inches. It's still in the original paper and ribbon wrappings, never used or even unfolded. The tag is present with washing instructions printed on the back. There are no spots or stains but being close to 70 years old and having never been laundered, you should expect a slightly musty, linen closet smell, though it's not bad or objectionable at all.