COLORS: Vivid illuminating yellow, off white, and muted forest green
SIZE: 49.5″ wide + 1″ selvedge on each side x 27.25″ long
MAKER: Franco Scalamandré has a great story to tell of coming to America in the 20s from Italy and making a huge success of himself. From engineer, to historic textile researcher, to major design firm and more, Scalamandré is synonymous with quality, success, and above all, historic preservation. Do take some time to read up on the phenomenal Scalamandré history.
1970 Scalamandrè “Grenade” Fabric Sample
“Grenade” — I wonder if it was supposed to be “Grenada?”— is a large Indienne-like block printed floral motif in the center is flanked by borders on each side with two vertical stripes of smaller flowers and a larger up-winding floral motif in between.
A fun punch of color on this heavy-hand 100% cotton that is almost canvas-like but not quite as thick as duck. Would make for very sturdy pillow fronts, cushions, or upholstery parts for one or two dining room chairs.
Has a very 18th century style feel but with very modern feeling colors.
Scalamandrè Archive “Grenade” #8356-6. Screenprint. Made in the US.
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