A great Eames Era medium weight acrylic blend barkcloth.
George Jetson would be proud to carry a man purse made from this fabric.
The design is futuristic, with mod geometric shapes in a muted color palate of taupe, white, metallic gold and a rusty red on a cream colored mottled background.
Very Good Used Vintage Condition
This fabric panel started life a a drapery which has been carefully deconstructed, freshly laundered, and pressed.
No Dry Rot or Sun Damage
Width:45" (113 cm).......selvage to raw edge
Length: 25" (63.5 cm)
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Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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Fabric returned, which is cut specifically to fill your order, (listed in my shop as, "by the yard"), will incur a 30% restocking fee. If at all possible I can provide a small sample prior to purchase if you need it to match existing decor.
All items returned which are not cut specifically to fill your order will incur a 10% restocking fee.
Jul 2, 2014
Fabric is awesome-going on a vintage telephone bench! The seller was equally awesome--very prompt shipping and she even enclosed a hand written thank you note! I would not hesitate to buy from her again.