This is a lovely curtain from the 1980s approximately, which although nicely made, doesn't appear to have ever been used or hung up even.
I can't see a maker's mark on the selvedge but it might be revealed if it is dismantled. Its a nice quality fabric but probably not quite heavy enough for a Sanderson fabric.
Its a beautiful cotton based fabric in stripes of burgundy, blue and green with flowers, polka dots, and a damask design.
It's a William Morris influenced design but I can't find a name for it, so I don't think it is actually a Morris pattern. In the mid-eighties it was very fashionable to use such fabrics in Victorian houses.
It has triple string header tape and a deep hem which has been beautifully hand stitched and a clean ivory lining.
There is easily enough fabric to make some cushion covers or perhaps enough to cover a small chair. If you are clever and crafty you probably have better ideas than me.
Approximate measurements: 129.5 cm (51") wide x 86.5 cm (34") long including header tape, hem and seam. As it hasn't been used you can add a few more inches if you unpick it. As it hasn't been used I doubt if there is any fading or marks from the hem and seams.
In very good vintage condition with no holes, stains or unpleasant odours. It is made up into a curtain but doesn't appear to have ever been hung up or used. Please see ALL photos and remember this is not brand new.
An ideal gift for any vintage textile lover or crafty creator and it is sure to make an impact however you use it.
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