This is a glorious piece of silk brocade from India. Stylized flowers are woven with gleaming gold metallic thread on a background of ivory colored silk. Touches of red and green create flowers within the flowers. Most likely handwoven.
There is slightly more than half a yard, just enough for the fronts of two cushions. This fabric cost more than $75/yard in India! It would cost far more than that here, if you could even find it…
Really fantastic and beautiful! Please note that there may be some show-through of the cut thread floats on the back, if placed against a light background.
Made of silk and metallic fibers
Measures about 44 inches wide x 20.5 inches long (not including bolt-end selvedge)
Condition: new and unused
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Please remember that vintage items are not new and often not perfect, and that they have had a long life of their own before they entered ours.
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Shipping & policies
Please check the shop announcement in case there may be a shipping delay.
We can often ship the next day after purchase (weekends excepted). Most items are sent via USPS First Class Mail, and we use recycled packaging when possible.
Excess shipping costs will be happily refunded if the difference between estimated and real postage is two dollars or more. And of course we will be happy to combine shipping when possible.
For international purchases, it is the responsibility of the buyer to know what is or is not permitted for shipping to the destination country. International customers will be responsible for any customs or duty charges, and should be aware that packages may take as long as one month to arrive.
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Returns & exchanges
Due to the random nature of vintage items, returns are not generally accepted. However, we wish for everyone to be delighted! If you are not happy with a purchase, please discuss that with us so that we may remedy the situation.
Please remember that vintage items are not new and often not perfect, and that they have had a long (and, hopefully, interesting!) life of their own before they entered ours.
Most importantly, enjoy!