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Buying tablecloth in Paris for wedding gift?

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Hikrguy's best friend recently got married and Hikrguy was thinking he'd like to bring a tablecloth from Paris as a gift. We have Patricia Wells' book "The Food Lover's Guide to Paris" and she gives some suggestions for kitchen and tableware shops -- Siecle Paris and Fleux were the two that I saw that seem most likely to have something but looking online I'm just not sure it's right.

Paris residents/experts -- can you give suggestion a shop where we might find something nice as a wedding gift? Tablecloth or something for the table? Maybe serving spoons or salad spoon/fork? That seems easy enough to bring home. We're willing to spend 100 euros at most. They are very casual people -- they're registered at Bed Bath and Beyond here in the U.S.

thanks for any suggestions!

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