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Vintage

Floral Basket Textile Protoype

JAM Archives

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Floral Basket Textile Protoype
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Floral Basket Textile Protoype

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Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; pin holes along edges, folded in center of document
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
gouache/paper/ink
Size:
34" L x 28.5" W
Color/Finish:
green/gray

Why We Love This

This piece is hand selected from the textile archive of Cheney Brothers, the first American silk manufacturer established in Manchester, CT. A hand-painted gouache document on paper of a traditional framed floral. Some interesting details include baskets, chains, and stripes. The design was created for Stroheim Romann circa 1935 as specified by the included note (see detail).
As described by JAM Archives

About JAM Archives

JAM ARCHIVES is a collaboration of three friends dedicated to preserving and enhancing the landscape of the American textile industry. Our archives date from the early 1800s. The designs are heavily inspired by trends in both decor and apparel relevant to the Parisian fashion of the time, from Japanese prints to Italian brocade. We will be donating a portion of our proceeds towards scholarships to help future leaders of the trade in their pursuits and innovations.