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Modern Interiors Collection

£47.50

Modern Interiors Collection

£47.50

This collection of tablecloths is understated and elegant. Each cloth is expertly made by hand by master craftsman Simon Lucas, ensuring unrivalled quality. Produced using the finest  British made Baize to give you years of pleasure.

  • British made Baize with 95% Wool Content
  • 36 inches / 92cm square – to fit all standard size card tables
  • Colour matched Gold Greek Key Trim
  • Expertly handmade and inspected in our workshop ensuring unrivalled quality
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Modern Interiors Collection – Baize Card Table Cloth

A baize card table cloth with a voguish look is the best way to describe the cloths in this range. Featuring the finest quality British Baize in three rich colours, each trimmed with a striking two-tone border. This beautiful edging is also British made exclusively for these cloths. Just an extra bit of detail that is a hallmark of a Simon Lucas Cloth. Simon uses only top-quality British baize with 95% wool, and every cloth is skilfully hand made in our countryside workshop just outside of Devizes.

The baize card table cloths of the Modern Interiors Collection are sized approximately 36 inches / 92cm square. The baize is 95% wool and 5% nylon. You can read about how Simon Lucas makes the baize bridge cloths on our product insights.

Why is Baize Used for Card Tablecloths?

Traditionally used as a card play surface, baize provides the optimum amount of friction and give, with green being the traditional colour.

Baize, Not Felt

The fabric we use for all our baize cloths is top-quality British-made baize which is 95% wool and 5% nylon.

There is a lot of confusion about the difference between baize and felt. This isn’t surprising when you search online and find many suppliers describing felt as baize, or a fabric as ‘baize felt’ or ‘felt baize’. It’s important to know whether you’re buying baize or felt, because the two fabrics are very different. To read more about the differences be sure to check out our article Baize or Felt? A Brief Guide to find out more.

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