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Vintage

Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel

Pandora De Balthazar

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Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel
Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel
Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel
Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel
Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel
Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel
Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel
Blue & Black Medallion Drapery Panel

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 1900-1910
Condition:
Very Good; some wear
Country of Origin:
Hungary
Materials:
mohair/silk/cotton
Size:
50" W x 122" H
Color/Finish:
blue/black/beige/cream
Care:
professional cleaning; Professional cleaning

Why We Love This

Drapery panel with beige/cream striped background and blue mohair medallions with black centers. Finished with deep silk fringe at bottom and braiding on one side. Can also be used for furniture slipcovers, as a coverlet or as a black out drapery. Lined in blue cotton.
As described by Pandora De Balthazar

About Pandora De Balthazar

Luxe Sleep, Inc. offers new options for luxury living today. Combining Pandora de Balthazar's passionate knowledge of timeless European textiles with her personal understanding of the importance of rest, she has created a unique company. Luxe Sleep, Inc.'s inventory includes one-of-a-kind sheets, pillow shams, bed covers, tablecloths and a wide variety of other pieces from centuries-old European laces to Art Deco, Bohemian, and the more modern primitives.