Fab set of unused French linen sheets - curtains


Third quarter 20th Century

  • £88.00
  • €100 Euro
  • $108 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2015
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The fabric of these sheets is really super. It is a linen metis but you would be forgiven for thinking it is pure linen - character to the weave with good drape and a slightly slubby finish. Fabulous quality unused vintage French linen sheeting - so much better than any modern equivalent!

These are for sale as one set comprising 1 x "top" sheet with decorative hem and 1 x plain "bottom" sheet.

These will make great sheeting but they are of course perfect for curtains/blinds and upholstery projects.

These are totally unused, never laundered "dead stock" pieces which will need laundering before use. Colour is a soft white.

Linen metis is a linen weft and cotton warp and has been very popular with French housewives down the generations. Less expensive than pure linen and a little easier to manage but still smooth cool and long lasting. The fabric is sturdy and tightly woven but once laundered gains a soft "lineny" feel. Great fabric for upholstery projects or curtains, blinds etc.

Approximate weight per sheet: 1400 grams

UK postage £10. Please contact me for overseas shipping prices.


  • H: 290cm (114.17in)
  • W: 220cm (86.61in)


Third quarter 20th Century

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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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