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Curtain panel

Description

Rectangular, single piece panel, heavy cotton; printed three toned green and yellow "cross hatching" in painterly strokes. Hemmed edges and ends.

Details

Label
From "Waiting for a Gallery": In the 1950s, these curtains hung in the kitchen of the Lingel family's 1882 home in Medfield, Mass. The colors are characteristic of the period.
Maker
Waverly (Manufacturer)
Date
1950-1960
Inscriptions
Printed on selvages: A Waverly Bonded Fabric Cross Hatch
Material
cotton (textile)
machine sewing (technique)
machine-made
printing (process)
rolling up
weaving
Object type
Window or Door Covering
Places
Massachusetts (United States)
Descriptive terms
Cotton
cotton (textile)
Cross Hatch
cross-hatching
CURTAIN
curtains
Geometric
geometric patterns
machine sewing (technique)
Machine Sewn
machine-made
printing (process)
rolling up
Satin weave
Transfer Printed
weaving
Woven
Dimensions
68 x 20.5 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1992.136B
Credit Line
Gift of Mr. Thompson S. Lingel
GUSN
9495

Wallpaper Details

Pattern Name
Cross Hatch

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