Recovered Panels

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  • Details
  • Width: 140 cm. (55")
    Length: 405 cm. (159")

    Condition: Distressed
    Distressed. Moderate wear consistent with age and history. Pale fading.Pale rust stains from the metal coils. towards the side seams. Minimal scuffing throughout the piece. With hand mendings. Very large piece that can be very well used. Many light scuffs throughout the piece. A significant tear towards the top. Two patched mendings and two darned mendings. Not at all perfect, but with the imperfections inherent in these beautiful antique textiles.

  • Description
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  • A gorgeous find! It is a vintage ticking fabric that reproduces a geometric pattern in blues and whites. This is a durable European fabric manufactured in the early 1900s. In twill weave. It is made of medium weight cotton. This piece was part of a wool mattress cover. It is a dense fabric, the color dressed by time along with some mendings, make it perfect for interior design projects with a Rustic and Farmhouse air.

    ROSARIO SAYS: "Before jacquard looms revolutionized the way of weaving, stripes and squares were used to form more or less complex geometric structures. Weavers have always looked for ways to make original, curious and different fabrics and have known how to take advantage of the resources of the techniques they had at all times. That is why it is not surprising that similarity in terms of design, but not technique, with the old American coverlets of the 1800s. "
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