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Silk Taffeta Draperies
Umbra Concerto 50-Inch-by-96-Inch Taffeta Drapery Panel with Grommet Top, Cranberry
Design: Michelle Ivankovic, the Umbra Concerto drapery features two-toned broad stripes. This opaque taffeta panel features style and utility – an elegant and striking woven stripe shimmer; polyester lining, so you’ll block out even more light when you draw your draperys; a grommet top that’s not only contemporary and attractive but also allows you to easily open and draw the draperys; folded hem; material that is stitched around the grommets so, with added reinforcement, your drapery will not pull or tear; outstanding value. With Umbra’s Concerto drapery quality, function and affordability come together! Cranberry. 50" x 96”. Umbra is the worldwide leader in casual, contemporary and affordable design for the home.
Alfie's - Betty Boop's Britannia sunbathing costume!
This crushed red velvet and tartan silk taffeta ribbon sunbathing costume was one of the many fun finds in this maze of shops!
Thanks for your visits and comments everyone! Yes, I'm still in London :-) It's been raining for so long and tomorrow there is a tube strike! (their subway/metro system for those of you who are not aware) ... oh well! Have a great week wherever you may be!
1929 Figured Mohair - Deco
This scheme called for this fabric to be the draperies. Green velours were to be used on chairs. A mauve and mulberry Wilton rug was sested. Contrasting chair coverings called for green, handwoven Italian silk. Pink and mulberry Japan paper for walls, a gold taffeta piano cover, and flame designed wool tapestry on an armchair and couch.
Source: House Beautiful
silk taffeta draperies
Embroidered flowers bloom into Velvet inside Satin Stripes on Iridescent Ivory Silk Taffeta. 10.8" repeat. Embroidered stripes measure 5.75". 54" wide. The ROSE OF TRALEE COLLECTION - A wealthy 19th century Irish merchant, William Mulchinock, fell in love at first site with Mary O'Connor, his maid. Mary was born in Broguemaker's Lane in Tralee. Due to their different social class, their love affair never came to be. William left town and by the time he returned, years later, Mary had died. The Rose of Tralee is his love song to her. It is also now an international annual festival in Ireland.
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