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Beacon Blanket

Woodard & Greenstein

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; some wear

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

cotton/wool

Size:

67" L x 59" W

Color/Finish:

multi

Care:

Hand-wash with special care or dry clean

Why We Love This

Early-20th-century American Beacon blanket. Ombré, a blended color effect, is closely associated with the legendary Beacon Blanket Company. Founded in 1904 as a family business in Massachusetts, the Beacon moved to Swannanoa, North Carolina in 1924. Originally mass produced, these dazzling blankets, often inspired by Native American designs, are now sought by collectors of American folk art.
As described by Woodard & Greenstein

Why We Love This

Early-20th-century American Beacon blanket. Ombré, a blended color effect, is closely associated with the legendary Beacon Blanket Company. Founded in 1904 as a family business in Massachusetts, the Beacon moved to Swannanoa, North Carolina in 1924. Originally mass produced, these dazzling blankets, often inspired by Native American designs, are now sought by collectors of American folk art.

About Woodard & Greenstein

Woodard & Greenstein's New York City Gallery houses their antiques collection of rare 19th and early 20th Century quilts, country furnishings, and unique Americana. Authors of three books on antique textiles, Blanche Greenstein and Thos. K. Woodard specialize in American patchwork and applique quilts, woven and hooked rugs. Also found in their collection are fine examples of painted country furniture, political bandanas, paintings, pottery, and American folk art.