Copper Arrows Linen NapkinsIndigo Arrows
This set of four linen napkins is handmade in Winnipeg, Manitoba by Anishinaabe interior designer Destiny Seymour. The copper printed designs reflect the patterns found on ancient Indigenous artifacts. Made from natural linen, these napkins will get softer and even more beautiful with time.
The ‘Ishkoday’ print represents the fire sign. Ishkoday means Fire/Flint Rock in the Anishinaabemowin language.
Why we chose it
These napkins are used in the Nimmo Bay dining room and are loved by guests and team members alike.
Contents: 100% linen
Product details: 16"x16"
Care instructions: Machine wash in cold water, tumble dry on low, or hang to dry. Iron on low on the reverse side of printing, only as needed.
About Indigo Arrows
Founded by Destiny Seymour, an Anishinaabe interior designer, Indigo Arrows is a modern home goods brand celebrating ancient indigenous design. Destiny’s functional textiles are adorned with patterns found on indigenous pottery and bone tools that have been dated from 400-3000 years old. Each piece is made by hand in Winnipeg, Manitoba.Shop all Indigo Arrows