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Unused, beautiful French linen sheet - curtain

S/N:234NF19

Second quarter 20th Century

  • £89.00
  • €102 Euro
  • $114 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Unused, beautiful French linen sheet - curtain

AMANDA LEADER
This is another unused pure linen beauty - I'll be running out of superlatives fairly soon. Smooth, floppy, fine but strong linen sheet; never used, probably never laundered. Quite simple but stylish central monogram of the letters DJ set above an exceptional decorative ladderwork hem. All stitched to such a high standard, the work is beautiful. UK postage £10.

Smooth weighty pure linen that will be gorgeous to sleep under but would also make a delightful curtain - it'll fall beautifully and filter the light to perfection. It's such a gorgeous sheet, there is something particularly appealing about the fabric.

No damage, no wear, no thinning. This sheet has never been used. It has light storage/grubby marks along the mid line and front which will be dealt with as the sheet is soaked and washed before use. The linen is a warm beigey stone colour which will lighten as it is laundered.

Approx net weight: 1710 grams

Dimensions: 

  • H: 310cm (122.05in)
  • W: 220cm (86.61in)

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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