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The Poet Placemat

£16

The Poet pays homage to the romantic yet heart-breaking story of Dara Maar, one of the many muses and lovers of Picasso. Widely recognised as his most famous muse, Dora and Picasso indulged in a turbulent relationship coloured by art, passion, tumult & tension. Picasso eventually left Dora for artist Françoise Gilot, it is sadly said that Dora later died from ‘a broken heart and boredom’.

The Poet design is a part of the Moody Muse Collection by LDC. Embracing a stylish emoji twist, the series was created to capture the enigmatic personas of famous Muses throughout art history; elusive & provocative women who have inspired and motivated the creative process (with just a pinch of character & wit!)

Lauren hopes that through this collection she has created, others too will be able to express their own attitude and spirit.

LDC placemats and coasters are a true labor of love. Each and every one has been hand-finished with a gold-leaf edge and a beautifully soft, black baize backing. 

This placemat has been crafted using a sustainably sourced eucalyptus base and features a full melamine surface. It can withstand temperatures of up to 140 degrees and is easily wiped clean.

Eucalyptus, Melamine, Baize

25.5cm diameter

5mm thick

Made, Mused & Marvelled in England

We recommend wiping clean with a damp cloth and to avoid using abrasive materials or substances. For more information on how to love & care for your placemats, please read our Product Care Page. 

DELIVERY

We dispatch all orders Monday to Friday. 

For UK delivery please allow 5-7 days for your order to arrive. For Rest of World deliveries, please allow 10 working days. 

UK orders will be sent either using standard Royal Mail or using a tracked service for your security. Simply select your preferred option at at checkout. 

All international orders are sent using a tracked courier service. For more information, please see our Delivery Page. 

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