SIZE: 23″ wide + 1″ right hand selvedge x 43.5″ Flower motifs run from 2″ x 32.5″ to 5.5″ high by 5″ wide.
COLORS: On a natural/off white background pop lucid, vivid colors of burnt orange, coral, olive green, cranberry, taupe, modern gray,, white, deep sunshine yellow, and sage.
MAKER: They were Johnson and Faulkner, fabric and textile importers who, in the early 19th century founded their firm and portmanteau’d their names into Jofa. Jofa was known for its rich and important fabric designs. Later, in the mid 20th century, in 1965, Arthur H. Lee & Sons merged with Jofa making it Lee Jofa. Both had always been in the high end manufacturing and textile trade, but with Lee’s innovative tapestry techniques, and Jofa’s extensive archive, they had a new way forward with these two important fabric houses. Lee Jofa is now held by Kravet.
1960s Jofa “Tudor” Liberty of London Fabric Sample
A late 1950s/early 1960s JOFA made in conjunction with Liberty of London titled “Tudor,” #J279102 in the archive. This is a mint condition, lovely handed mid-to-heavier weight linen in vivid and intense colors! Perfect for adding authentic vintage style to your grandmillenial decor with accent pillows or a small Roman shade. Floral done in the popular 18th and 19th century Indienne style.
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