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Eight Years of Textiles, History, Art, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

2.25.2008

Spring Looks at Leontine Linens



Custom luxury linens purveyor, Leontine Linens, (the brainchild of Southerner Jane Scott Hodges) has done a little spring cleaning over at their website. Although there is no e-commerce, new product samples are online for viewing. In addition to bed and table linens, some adorable baby items are part of the 2008 collection.


Update: the plate shown above top is Royal Crown Derby and belongs to Jane Scott. Often her exquisite things are incorporated into Leontine's product styling. "Traditional Imari," one of several Japanese-inspired Royal Crown Derby patterns, is available through Michael C. Fina.

7 comments:

Cote de Texas said...

I HATE that you can't order online here. They should have a separate division - they could make a fortune selling their gorgeous wares.

Style Court said...

Hi Joni,

I know it's frustrating. But one of their friendly team members today was explaining to me that Jane Scott really wants to keep the personal touch in her business.

I guess too since the wares are so detailed, it's important to speak one-on-one with customers.

All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

I'm actually rather taken by the plate! :-)

LallaLydia said...

Yes, me too, I was just going to ask where the plate is from!

Easy and Elegant Life said...

Goodness, those images make ironing seem less of a chore and more a little luxury. I think a set of those napkins might raise the standards around here...

Anonymous said...

These remind me of Staffordshire Gaudy Welsh. They're a great antique, mostly from the mide 1800's

Gitasan said...

If you ever get a chance to sleep on any part of the Leontine Linen collection you will not sleep on anything else!!! They are made so well and worth the ironing!!

They also have a small line of eye glass cases and other travel items that make it a pleasure to pack for those business trips!