VINTAGE Bed Canopy? DOTTED SWISS, NET LACE, BALL FRINGE

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  • Item Category: Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 04,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

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Vintage Bed Canopy (?)

Dotted Swiss & Bows

~I've kept this around for quite some time, but my daughter has now grown past the little girl canopy bed stage, so I'll offer this to someone else who can use it. It's huge, made of panels of gauze like cotton dotted swiss with tiny embroidered bow, with two insertions of net lace and the whole thing bordered with ball fringe. T are three little ties about 12" in from each corner, which leads me to think that it could be made for a bed canopy.

~The overall size is about 61" wide by 116" inches long.

~This is truly shabby chic. T are a number of small rips in the fabric and breaks in the lace. The ball fringe is in good condition. I have carefully washed this and t are no obvious stains. I've taken quite a few pictures so that you can see whether you can repair this piece or utilize it for the fabric.... it is almost 6 YARDS of vintage fabric and lace. Over a piece of solid color fabric, it would make a great banquet sized tablecloth, a bedspread, curtains... you probably have even more and better ideas.

~I can ship this via Priority Mail with complimentary Delivery Confirmation at the two pound rate.

~I have lots of other lovely estate sale finds on auction this week, and many of my auctions start at $4.99, with no reserve. I love to combine purchases, and will discount the shipping charge for every additional purchase you make within the next 7 days!

~Review my feedback, bid with confidence, and save The Stone Cottage Workshop in your FAVORITE SELLERS section of My EBAY! Thank you for viewing my auction ~ Michele

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