COLORS: Chartreuse, black, white, cinnamon.
SIZE: 53.5″ wide + 1″ selvedge on each side x 50.5 ” long. Squares are 7″ divided by 1.2″ green alleys. The dots are .25″.
CONDITION: Superior! Colors are more vibrant than most of the pics indicate. Pic #7 was taken in direct sunlight and gives the best rendition of just how vibrant is the chartreuse.
“Good design is forever.” — Zelina Comegys Brunschwig.
MAKER: Brunschwig and Fils is a 19th century French firm noted for its rich textiles across home decor categories. Zelina Comegys Brunschwig married into the family and the firm contributing significantly to its design offerings as well as a commitment to workers, ongoing production during WWII here in its American location, and the preservation of history in material culture. Great NY Times article about her and the firm: https://www.nytimes.com/1981/09/12/obituaries/zelina-comegys-brunschwig-chairman-of-fabric-company.html
1960s Brunschwig & Fils “Jakarta” Fabric Sample
“Jakarta,” is a 1960s Brunschwig & Fils screen printed fabric on a mid to heavier weight canvas fabric. This energetic print features multiple layers of dotting giving it a graphic, vibrant, energetic feel. Black dots float above cinnamon dots which float above white speckles. Black and cinnamon colored lines interplay over the dots and then meet in chartreuse green alleys. The dots are grouped in squares.
A sturdy cotton with moderate drape that’s suitable to a small or partial upholstery project (back of a settee or a twin-sized fabric headboard), fabric screen, pillows, or small curtain project, top of an oversized ottoman/fabric coffee table, as a giant throw cushion, or some other great design idea.
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