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Square placemats, handwoven – set of 4 in eggplant (purple) color – $29.95Sold Out

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Square placemats, handwoven – set of 4 in eggplant (purple) color


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Hand-woven Romblon leaf square place mat, color eggplant purple.  Set of four placemats.  A Native Leaf product favorite.

Add style and texture to your table top setting with our sturdy and easy to clean placemats.  Just wipe clean with damp sponge or cloth.

Easy care makes these mats great for households with messy kids (like ours).

Additional photos shown are (from left to right) weaving cacao brown placemats, mango color mats with our flower style napkin ring in Terra Cotta, and detail of eggplant mat.  Main photo features our eggplant placemat with  dyed wood bead napkin rings in moss green, eggplant and mango.

Hand-crafted, beautiful texture. Compostable and biodegrades back to earth —- after many years of use that is.


  • Color swatches or what you see on your screen may not match dye colors exactly (we think you will find our actual dyed materials more beautiful).
  • As we do not use chemicals to prepare or mordant our romblon leaves, seasonal differences of romblon leaves, weather and dye batches may affect color shades. Sunny days produce light color leaves for our lime, lemon and lighter colors. Continued rainy days during typhoon season result in leaves suitable only for our darker colors.
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Romblon is a type of screw pine found in many islands in the Western Pacific. It grows in abundance by the seashore and is a sustainable resource. The sword shaped leaves are harvested leaving the plant to grow new leaves for future use. Once dried, the leaves are traditionally woven into sleeping mats, market bags and other useful items.

Visit our Plant Source Page for more information and pictures of the Romblon Plant.

Interested in the story behind our placemats?  Click on this link, From Sleeping Mats to Place Mats

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