Navy Blue Paper Table Roll - 8m

Ref: TW6RNB

Price each:

£4.75

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£4.25

Price Excludes VAT

Price each:

£4.75

  • Product Description

    Perfect for dinner, lunch and other catered events, this navy blue paper table roll will help you to cover large surfaces in an instant. It can be used as one long 8 metre piece or cut to the length of your tables. As this banqueting roll is made from paper, it's a cheap way to cover lots of surfaces, and is a disposable table covering option. The rich navy blue colour would be ideal for patriotic events, birthday parties and lots of themed party events! Match with our colour tableware ranges to complete your party look! This table roll measures 8m x 1.18m and is made from navy blue paper. Each roll is embossed with a very fine Greek key pattern over the entire surface.

    Please note that due to their size all of our table rolls must be ordered with the priority delivery option.
  • Standard delivery free on orders over £39!

  • Priority delivery free on orders over £95!

  • Free returns on all orders within 30 days

  • Free collection from our Somerset warehouse

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