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Object of Desire: Surrealist Table Linens from Maison Balzac

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Object of Desire: Surrealist Table Linens from Maison Balzac

April 4, 2024

Admired recently: Maison Balzac, founded by a French-born Hermès alum living in Australia. We particularly like the surrealist embroidered table linens; have a look:

the tête à tête tablecloth is \$\187. all of the table linens ar 17
Above: The Tête à Tête Tablecloth is $187. All of the table linens are made from 100 percent Oeko-Tex certified European linen.
the cheery wild rose napkins are \$\10\2 for a set of four. 18
Above: The cheery Wild Rose Napkins are $102 for a set of four.
the two handed petit four tablecloth in the sky/caramel colorway is \$\255. (it 19
Above: The two-handed Petit Four Tablecloth in the sky/caramel colorway is $255. (It’s also available in beige/caramel.)
and the petit four cocktail napkin, \$\10\2 for a set of four. 20
Above: And the Petit Four Cocktail Napkin, $102 for a set of four.
another view of the tête à tête tablecloth. 21
Above: Another view of the Tête à Tête Tablecloth.
maison balzac&#8\2\17;s first &#8\2\20;wearable piece&#8\2\2\1; is  22
Above: Maison Balzac’s first “wearable piece” is the Cello Apron, $68.
and the inspiration: ballets russes, theatre de monte carlo, jean cocteau, et a 23
Above: And the inspiration: Ballets Russes, Theatre de Monte-Carlo, Jean Cocteau, et al. Mood board via Maison Balzac.

For more whimsical tableware, might we suggest:

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