<p>From parties to seasonal events, these 100% cotton napkins are the perfect finishing touch. Printed with vibrancy and accuracy, these napkins are the perfect canvas for your designs, photos and monograms. And with both cocktail and dinner sized covered, you’re sure to find a set of napkins that will “wow.” After all, you are the hostess-with-the-mostest!</p>
Dimension: 20”(width) x 20” (height).
100% grade A woven cotton.
Fabric is made from natural fibers, which may result in irregularities
Made in the USA.
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note this product’s customizable design area measures 20" x 20". For best results please add 5/7" bleed.
Pirate Ship. Watched over by Cape Hatteras Light on Cape Hatteras Island, the seas of North Carolina can be treacherous waters. Shifting sandbars, unpredictable currents and storms have earned this area the nickname "Graveyard of the Atlantic", claiming over 600 ships. Wars and piracy have also contributed their share of sunken vessels. From the 1650s to the 1730s pirates roamed these waters using a chain of barrier islands as hideouts while sneaking up on unsuspecting ships. Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard, William "Captain" Kidd, Ann Bonney and Mary Read were some of the notorious pirates that sailed here. Often loaded with stolen treasures the pirates themselves were hunted and seized or sunk. The wreck depicted in this puzzle is similar in size to Blackbeard’s 40 gun flag ship, Queen Anne's Revenge discovered in 1996 offshore of Atlantic Beach, North Carolina, it also bears a resemblance to Captain Kidd’s Adventure Prize a fighting galleon. Breaking apart alongside the Coral reefs and the vast array of sea life that inhabit them there may still be treasure to find. Research by Wm. Bock.