Not being an expert on fabric, I will try and describe these two beautiful french prints. They are similar to paisley. Both patterns are the same, one is in different shades of jade green, the other burnt orange and browns. Both backgrounds are a creamy white. The material is heavy and slightly "corded" but soft to the touch. Not "scratchy" like some prints. It would be perfect for chair cushions, throw pillows...any piece of vintage or antique furniture.The jade piece of material is 57" wide and about 3 yards. The border is marked Romanex de Boussac, Grand Teint Tissu Stabilise MCMLXIX, Comptoir de L'Industrie Textile de France. The burnt orange and brown piece is 57" wide by about 30". It is marked as the other piece with the 1969 date and identified by the pattern name "Igor". It has a jagged end w something was cut out but I did not include these "extensions" in the measurement. Both pieces are clean and in very good condition. Please e-mail with any questions. Thanks for looking and as always, we will be happy to combine shipping. materials, tapestry, fabric, fabrics, sewing material, cloth, sewing
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