really huge pair of navy/gold/cream Sanderson curtains
The lady that we bought these 1930/40's quilts/coverlets from thinks that some of the beautiful floral chintz's used could be from the "Silver Studio", on close scrutiny they are all so very pretty, most of the colours are still very bright. Lots of gorgeous raspberry.
The second has more gold and orange pieces
The reverse of both have very wide borders that could be unpicked, and the backing is a dark pink damask/marcella type fabric.
Some cushions of 50's fabric
A huge French quilt
A little French padded pelmet
A huge faded pale blue/lilac/black/cream stripe heavy cotton, currently heading for my own fabric cupboard
lots of French floral chintz, dating from late 19thC to 1950's
A beautiful cushion front very delicate but oh la la.
All of these lovely fabrics & quilts will be coming to my vintage fairs in March & April, please look at my side bar for info.
Totnes Vintage Mix
The Original Vintage & Handmade
Textile Day @ The Dairy House
The Vintage Bazaar
Now to the pricing and again to chop or not to chop? Some of the fabrics are in long lengths and will prove to be quite expensive, so should I make them smaller and so more enticing pricewise?
Like books I hate to cut fabric!