For a while several years ago I collected vintage tablecloths. Only a few have a label still attached. I bought most of them on Ebay. They are not in mint condition although I have treated some of them for stains and some stains did disappear. This is one of my favorite strawberry tablecloths. I love the design because it covers most of the tablecloth. Someone has identified it as a 1940's Beauty Kraft Tablecloth called "Strawberry Festival".
It is about 45"x 47" and still has a good color.
This is a fairly common strawberry design made by Wilendur. Years ago, I bought a few with stains to make curtains out of because it was a design that was easy to find.
This small Southwest design vintage tablecloth still has a faded Wilendur label attached.
This is another Southwest design tablecloth with pottery, sombreros, cactus, and other designs. This one is larger than the previous one.
Another great vintage strawberry tablecloth. The blue really adds to the design.
I love geraniums and have many different kinds growing in the back yard. I love this Geranium tablecloth. It has a faint label that says, Harmony House, Sears, Robuck and Co.
I have several vintage California map tablecloths with many different designs. They were popular as a travel souvenir in the 40’s and 50’s. I have seen other states as well.
This one is just red and white. On the bottom left it says “Design c. 1940 U.S.H.P.. Not sure what the letters stand for.
This is my favorite vintage California tablecloth. It is really colorful and is signed by Margaret Newport. It still has bright colors.
I use these tablecloths sometimes in my tablescapes as tablecloths or overlays. I am glad I bought them before they became more expensive and difficult to find.