On 29 June 1440 on the plain of Anghiari in Tuscany, an imposing battle took place which saved Florence from the invasion of the Milanese and in practice also the Renaissance, allowing a great sigh of relief to be felt to all the citizens of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany.
Florence did not forget Anghiari and from that day granted him the use of the Florentine Lily. A friendship that has lasted for centuries and that my ancestors wanted to seal with a fabric, the Giglio. To make it even more valuable they made it in 100% linen. Even today we weave it and compose it in exactly the same way.
A refined and valuable napkin that evokes deeply rooted and precious friendships.
Materials: 100% Linen