Georg Jensen Damask
Over 30,000 euros were raised for the last Easter in favor of preventing child abuse – solely through the sale of a royal tablecloth. Queen Silvia of Sweden once designed it together with the designer Diana Holstein as part of a tablecloth trilogy for her 60th birthday. The traditional house Georg Jensen Damask then brought the Easter tablecloth back to life for a good cause last year. The Egyptian cotton design is available in white and yellow. Over half of the proceeds are donated directly to the World Childhood Foundation, which the Queen of Sweden founded in 1999 to protect children.