This printed linen cloth is from the 1940's, I believe. I saw it on the kitchen table in the movie "The Miracle of Morgan's Creek". It must have been a very popular pattern as it appeared on the fine linen of the gown on the Mexican Doll I've shown as the centerpiece. I married the cloth with the napkins, so there is a color difference in the ground as well as the design. The cloth has been used more and shows some fade. Nonetheless, it all works The cloth measures 66" x 70" and the four napkins 16.5" x 17".
PS: As you can see, I also like to marry the rugs and the linens. In this case the rug is #556 - it measures 28" x 34" and is priced at $54. This rug can be found in the "Hit or Miss" Rug Collection.
PPS: The term "Enameling" refers to a garden design popular in the Middle Ages - brightly colored flowers were arranged as jewelry set in herbaceous borders and grass. I thought the reference was apt.