1930s A. L. Diament & Co. “Adrian” Fabric Sample
An extraordinarily beautiful 1930s sheeting weight cotton chintz fabric by the unrivaled A.L. Diament & Co., the oldest continuing wallpaper company in America.
Likely the design was a period adjustment of an earlier print in a similar theme as this has distinctly 1930s floral notes but echoes back to 18th and 19th century design elements as well.
This is such a buoyant and distinct piece with its clustered and overlapping floral vignettes, perfect for cottage chic, granny chic, and shabby chic decor.
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COLORS: So vivid and striking, this piece boasts deep cranberry, millennial pink, black, modern gray, chartreuse, wine, dusty rose, off white, sage, and avocado.
SIZE: 34″ wide x 35.5″ long. Flower clusters are between 3″-4″ high and about 3.5″ across.
MAKER: Established in 1885 in Philadelphia, A.L. Diament & Co. was a regional powerhouse for interior design and decorating. Soon they became America’s top importer of fine European furnishings and a liaison to top decorators of the time. Additionally, Diament has massive ancient archives, particularly of French pieces going back generations. They pride themselves on having extensive examples of mint, unhung scenic wallpapers. The company continues today with many of these scenic wallpapers available for sale…or to drool over online.