Schweitzer Linen doilies are designed to create charming focal points throughout your home. Available in the finest fabrics, including pure linen woven in Italy and wispy 100% cotton batiste, these very special imports feature hand craftsmanship at its best. See incredibly fine handcrafted bobbin lace, handworked scallops and eyelet detail, hand crocheted Venice lace, festive hand-embroidered holly and merry holiday trees. Schweitzer Linen has all that and more, in various shapes and sizes for end tables, bed tables, sideboards, dressers, wherever you want to add a touch of luxury.
A charming way to expand your view of gracious living, these handcrafted doilies of fine Italian linen spread touches of beauty throughout your home. Imported, with an array of hand embroidery and cutwork rarely found today, they have hand-faggoted loops around the edge. Available in White in a full range of sizes.
Let the festivities begin with elegance designed to set a new holiday tradition. Hand-embroidered with boughs of holly and bows in Green and Red, these entertaining tablecloths, placemats, napkins, cocktail napkins, runners, and doilies are beautifully made of the finest White Italian linen hemstitched by hand. Imported.
Guest towels also available.
Likely to be among the heirlooms of tomorrow, these exquisite handcrafted doilies can be yours to proudly own today. Delicately made with centers of White 100% cotton batiste, in three sizes, each has a wide and wondrous border of incredibly fine bobbin lace, amazingly crafted by hand. Imported.
Imbued with a bit of old-fashioned charm, a ring of posies embroidered on whisper-soft cotton is surrounded by a scalloped border of pure linen. Imported in White with lightly tinted blossoms, the doilies are a refreshing change in four different sizes.
Hand-crocheted as exquisitely as your great-great-grandmother might have done, our Venice lace doilies and runners may well be treasured by future generations. Painstakingly crafted in Italy of White or Beige 100% linen, the intricate stitches are so amazingly fine and tiny, it is hard to imagine how anyone could have the patience and skill to execute them.