Following the success of their best-selling placemats, Royal Jelly Harlem has produced this set of six reusable cocktail napkins that celebrate African tribal patterns and motifs. They’re made in New York City from a thinner version of the placemat fabric: wax-print cotton produced in West and South Africa through a traditional wax-print, or batik, method. Because the pattern of these Royal Jelly Harlem Reusable Cotton Cocktail Napkin depends on where it was cut from the fabric, each one is slightly unique. Royal Jelly Harlem was founded in 2011 by the mother-daughter team Teta and Maya Gorgoni. Each Royal Jelly Harlem Reusable Cotton Cocktail Napkin in this set of six measures 5.75”sq. Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, and dry flat. Can also be hand washed. Iron on low setting if needed.
Material100% Recycled Cotton
Founded in 2011 by the mother-daughter team of Teta and Maya Gorgoni, Royal Jelly Harlem produces African-inspired home designs. They draw their inspiration from the artistry of printed fabrics, which they have discovered and researched during numerous trips to West and South Africa. They see their brand as contributing to the growth and prosperity of Africa’s rich cultures by purchasing many of their materials from African vendors. Many of their manufacturers are African-born dressmakers and tailors who produce their designs in New York City.
At MoMA Design Store, all of the designs we sell are curator-approved and authentic. We ensure the integrity of our products through research and by working closely with the designers. Our products embody the spirit of good design objects in MoMA's collection. Some of them are actual designs represented in the Museum's collection.