A stunning heavy weight barkcloth era fabric from the Hollywood Regency 40s.
This textile features stunning bouquets of white and cranberry colored roses, subdued yellow colored tulips and irises, blue-gray and white morning glories, and a plethora of various colored daisies, thrown in for good measure.
A spectacular brick colored ground allows these beautiful blossoms to shine and adds drama to the design.
This listing is for 1 panel. There are 4 panels available.
Excellent Used Vintage Condition MINT!
This fabric started life as a drapery which was most likely never used. It has been carefully deconstructed, freshly laundered, and pressed.
No Dry Rot or Sun Damage
Pattern Repeat:23 "/ 58.5 cm
Width 46" (117 cm).......selvage to selvage
Length 81" (205 cm).....4 panels available.
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