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Beautiful large unused French pure linen sheet

S/N:205VG19

Second quarter 20th Century

  • £98
  • €109 Euro
  • $122 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Beautiful large unused French pure linen sheet

AMANDA LEADER
This is so lovely - what delightful decoration, it needs a high level of skill to create the drawn thread detail within the flower petals. This is a real heirloom piece to be treasured.

A central monogram of the letters ML is offset by rows of ladderwork and raised dots with drawn thread flowers. Everything, of course, stitched by hand to the very highest standard. Smooth, cool and weighty pure linen in a very pale putty/beige colour (a little darker than the photos show) which will continue to lighten with laundering. The fabric would be so lovely to sleep under of course but with its pretty decoration this sheet would make a fabulous curtain to billow at a bedroom window, it'll filter the light beautifully. Please add £10 for UK postage or contact me for international shipping options.

It's impossible to be sure but I would say it is highly likely that this sheet has never been used. No thinning, wear or damage. No marks but you may want to give it a quick wash to freshen up before use.

Approximate weight: 1900 grams

Dimensions: 

  • H: 295cm (116.14in)
  • W: 234cm (92.13in)

Period: 

Second quarter 20th Century

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AMANDA LEADER

Paragon Cottages
East Clandon
Surrey
GU4 7SA
United Kingdom

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Amanda sources textiles, decorative antiques and vintage items from France. Based in Surrey in the UK and at her home in Burgundy in France, she travels widely buying furniture, lighting, mirrors, glassware and kitchenalia. Amanda is a linen specialist and has large stocks of vintage French linen and hemp sheets, tablecloths, teatowels etc. Please feel free to contact her with any specific requests.

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