Our set of four placemats will bring both style and literature to your table. The text is a paragraph from "The Mysteries of London" by George W.M. Reynolds, a long-running Victorian serialized story, or 'penny dreadful'. "It was the evening of the day on which was perpetrated the dreadful deed related in the preceding chapter. The curtains were drawn over the dining-room windows; a cheerful fire burned in the grate; and a lamp, placed in the middle of the table, diffused a pleasant and mellowed light around. An air of comfort, almost amounting to luxury, pervaded that apartment; and its general temperature was the better appreciated, as the wind whistled without, and the rain pattered against the windows." A set consists of four placemats made of linen-cotton, with mitered-corner details. Each measures 14" by 20". 55% linen/45% cotton. Designed by Museum of Robots. Hand-screened and sewn in California. Officially Licensed Merchandise. TM & © 2015 Showtime Networks Inc. All rights reserved.
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