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Vintage

1970s Overshot Coverlet

Bliss

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1970s Overshot Coverlet
1970s Overshot Coverlet
1970s Overshot Coverlet
1970s Overshot Coverlet

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

cotton

Size:

41" L x 43" W

Color/Finish:

blue/red/multi

Care:

dry-clean only

Why We Love This

1970s blue, dark red and tan fringed woven overshot throw. Signed by Pennsylvania weaver William Leinbach in the 1970s.
As described by Bliss

Why We Love This

1970s blue, dark red and tan fringed woven overshot throw. Signed by Pennsylvania weaver William Leinbach in the 1970s.

About Bliss

Bliss Archive is a working textile archive with thousands of antique and vintage fabric samples. We have a vast collection ranging from ethnic textiles to barkcloth to novelty and conversational fabrics.

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