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French Cretonne Textile, 19th-C.

JJ Jenkins the Fabric Diva

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French Cretonne Textile, 19th-C.

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Product Information

Antique; 19th century
Very Good; some wear from age
Country of Origin:
24" L x 32" W
dry-clean only

Why We Love This

Authentic early-19th-century French cretonne, a heavy cotton floral and stripe textile fragment. This textile is very similar to an American bark cloth or pebble cloth, and is a beautiful piece for the serious textile collector. In wonderful condition and has many uses including interior or costume design. Fabric colors are subtle pinks and reds, subtle turquoise, black, tans and taupe on a textured dobby weave cotton.
As described by JJ Jenkins the Fabric Diva

About JJ Jenkins the Fabric Diva

Affectionately known as the “fabric diva” a collector and a lifetime textile lover,and archivist, J.J. firmly believes the antique fabrics and vintage items presented here will endure for all future generations to enjoy and treasure. Now for the first time she has made her private collection available and direct to One Kings Lane and the public. She will present one-of-a-kind textiles and unique decorative accessories spanning three centuries from travels to France, England and America.