'Biscondola' linen tablecloth
Biscondola summer tablecloth
offers heavy stems of flowers in beautiful colors.
Biscondola is made of strong and sustainable cotton - and carries the eco-tex certification.
Biscondola can withstand washing at up to 60 degrees.
Biscondola is available in many sizes, and if you do not find the size that fits your table, please contact us.
About Tessitura Toscana Telerie
Rune-Jakobsen Design Has agency over the beautiful household textiles from Tessitura Toscana Telerie, which since 1947 has been producing tablecloths, pillows, blankets, sheets etc. in sustainable- and exclusive quality from their studio in Florence.
Tessitura offers a universe of exclusive housing textiles that bring you on a journey in experience, colors, quality and Italian aesthetics at its most beautiful - and most humorous.
Tessitura collaborates with 15 different Italian designers and artists who first paint the beautiful motifs In watercolors, after which they are printed on either flax or cotton.
The textiles are manufactured in northern Italy, Both flax, hemp and cotton textiles are of course certified.
- from Tessitura are light, elegant and versatile. Flax is the most resistant textile fiber in nature. It is durable and does not lose its shape. It is heat regulating and has excellent moisture absorption properties.
Flax textiles from Tessitura are sustainably produced. Only flax plants grown without the use of irrigation or fertilizers are used. At the same time, only European-grown flax is used, which is considered the best in the world due to the climate, as well as the producers' know-how and expertise throughout the production chain.
All linens are made from flax grown by EUROPEAN producers certified by CELC (Confederazione European Confederation of Linen and Hemp)
This means that the origin of the felt textiles and the cultivation processes, which respect the soil and the ecosystem without fertilizers and artificial irrigation, are both regulated.
THE COTTON TEXTILES
White, light and soft cotton is the most common textile fibre in the world. Tessitura has always chosen only the finest qualities of natural cotton grown in the best production areas in Egypt and a USA .
The main properties of the cotton Tessitura uses are its long- and extremely thin fibres and its very high resistance. Biproducts from production are biodegradable and do not harm the environment.
Tessitura produces certified energy through solar panels over an area of 1500 m2; The annual energy production is approximately 55,000 kWh, which covers roughly 50% of the annual energy requirement. On sunny days, our plant produces 47kWh, and unused energy is returned to the grid as renewable energy.
The packaging materials at Tessitura are made from plastic-free fabric bags (PVC, PET, PE, PP) whenever possible. For transparent packaging, they use EVA-certified CSI recycled plastic.
Access, care and maintenance services
The flax plant has been cultivated for thousands of years and is one of the oldest plants that has been used in the manufacture of clothing and textiles.
Linen fabric is made from the flax plant and is 100% natural. The production is sustainable and the result is strong and fine fibers, which are spun into yarn that is woven and dyed into the finished fabrics.
The flax fibers are naturally thicker and stronger than other materials, and are 30% thicker than cotton. This makes it very durable, so you don't have to worry about wear and tear and the more you use your linen products, the softer and more beautiful they become.
To make the best of the amazing features of the flax, we recommend that you follow the following below: Washing and care instructions:
- Flax fabric is soaked in lukewarm water before the first wash - preferably overnight (closely woven things prefer a day or more). This prevents the flax fibres from breaking.
- Wash at 60 degrees
- Apply detergents without bleach and optical white
- Spin cycle should be as short as possible - flax dries quickly off itself.
- Hørren smoothed and stretched in a wet state;
- Avoid bright sunlight during drying
- Avoid tumble drying
- Can be ironed or rolled before completely dry
- Count on 5-7% shrinkage
- Tablecloths/runners - Roll the slightly damp linen cloth/runner smooth and tight around a plastic tube and let it finish drying!
- Tea towels - soak in cold water for 24 hours before the first wash - then they quickly become really good with high absorbency!
- Dried red wine stains - Dab a little glycerine on the stain, put it all in a plastic bag overnight, then wash at 60 degrees
- Other spots- Use dishwashing liquid without color, put it all in a plastic bag overnight, then wash at 60 degrees
Here's how to best care for your flax products:
- Linen is best washed at max. 40C coloured wash or possibly. on wool program at 30-40C, with liquid wool wash or special wash. No tumble drying!
- Linen does not need to be washed nearly as often as other materials! You can treat your product like wool and just hang it for airing
- Linen becomes nice and soft from drying outdoors in a light breeze - Avoid direct sunlight.
- You do not have to iron (but of course you can) - the natural wavy expression is part of the charm of linen products.
In generalWe take all product photos ourselves and try to continuously expand the catalog as far as possible, so that sizes and designs are best illustrated in the webshop.
Please note that all product photos are real photographs of the specific products. However, some photos have added interiors and surroundings created using artificial intelligence to create atmosphere and put the product into context.
Regarding 'Woodworks'There are no photos of all variants and sizes, so the photo that appears when choosing a variant in the webshop primarily reflects only the type of wood - not necessarily size or other variations in the design.
NOTE that we always try to create unique wooden products with an exciting visual expression. You must therefore take our product photos as a guide and not as a guarantee of how the finished product appears in terms of year drawings and color play.
Are you in doubt?If you have questions about the choice of design, sizes, colors or type of wood - or if you have special wishes, you are always very welcome to contact us by email email@example.com or telephone (+45) 4243 2376 and have your questions clarified before you order.
Are you a negotiator?
Rune-Jakobsen Design Has a Scandinavian agency and distribution of the textiles from Tessitura Toscana Telerie.
Please contact us. If you are interested in negotiating the textiles in your shop.