This is a jacquard woven cotton vintage tablecloth that has survived in fantastic condition. From the woven motif this tablecloth would be dated as from the beginning of the Art Deco era making it very near antique.
The tablecloth is laid out in window pane sections, each filled with what looks like maple leaves, bleeding hearts, and small tulip shaped flowers. As with most damask and jacquard solid color fabrics photography and description is difficult.
I've tried tinkering with the color and contrast and if you use the zoom feature you can get a bit of an idea about the pattern. The tablecloth is snow white the shading and off color of the photos.
The tablecloth is 49 x 60 inches and in excellent vintage condition. I can't find any problems although it has been used. White jacquard and damask tablecloths were usually reserved for special occasions and did not get quite as much use as less formal ones.