SIZE: 23.75″ wide x 44.75″ long
FIBER: Heavier weight cotton, almost a denim feel with a tiny bit of stretch. A much firmer piece, this has little to no drape.
COLORS: On a clear white background are flowers and foliage in Williamsburg blue, peach, russet, black, and white.
MAKER: David and Dash of Miami were a mid century textile firm whose label says, “Converters, Importers, and Hand-printers of Interior Textiles; Residential, Contract.” I’m currently reaching out to textile curators and others who may be able to provide me more insight on this obviously important mid century design and textile production firm.
1960s David and Dash “Richmond on Utopia” Floral Fabric Sample
A fabulous 1960s David & Dash fabric, “Richmond on Utopia” is clearly inspired by the Indiennes of the late 18th and early 19th century.. This piece could be excellent as two pillow fronts in any Colonial or Regency-era decor. Part of the Simone era at David & Dash.
Rich coloration with a blockprint floral style of vining and overlapping flowers.
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