Cabana, Creta Tablecloth


The Creta Tablecloth is inspired by an antique textile from the esteemed Benaki Museum of Greek Culture in Athens. An elegant cream backdrop is embellished with an ornate pattern inspired by the rich embroideries of Greece's most southern island, Crete. The traditional Cretan design draws from the rich mythology of Ancient Crete and the Minoan, Byzantine and Italian cultures that have all left their mark on the island.

The original Cretan textile comes from the decorated hem of a dress, embroidered with silk on a linen & cotton base fabric. The motifs of carnation flower arrangements and double-headed eagles originate from Venetian embroidery pattern books from the 16th century.

Materials: 100% Linen
Dimensions: 70" x 126"

Made in Italy.

SKU: 42291

All household and small fine art and vintage items may be picked up in-store or shipped domestically and internationally via UPS Ground. 

All large and fragile items including NK Collection pieces and vintage are eligible for shop or warehouse pickup as well as nationwide premium White Glove Delivery service which includes blanket wrapping and inside placement of all furniture pieces. 

In-Store Pickup
Store pickups are available for pickup Monday-Friday 10am-5pm at:

Nickey Kehoe
7266 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Warehouse Pickup
Larger items such as NK Collection and vintage may require pickup Monday-Friday 9am to 4pm at our warehouse, located at:

Nickey Kehoe Warehouse
1901 E. 7th Pl
Los Angeles, CA 90021

Please note that clients or third party couriers must provide their own packing materials. We are unable to provide packing materials or blanket wrapping, unless previously arranged with a salesperson.

White Glove Delivery
Large and fragile items including NK Collection pieces and vintage are eligible for local and nationwide delivery. Please select "White Glove Delivery" at checkout to request service. For questions, please contact or 323.954-9300. Quotes provided online and in store are valid for 30 days.


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