I can just see this in Bob Newhart’s Chicago apartment…or Mary Tyler Moore’s Minneapolis one!
This mid to late 1960s/early 1970s “Audubon” print by the American-made fabric company Cohama has a Japanese sensibility with its languorous yellow and green birds perched atop twisting and knobby branches that are punctuated by stylized cherry blossom florals both enlarged and clustered small. Also features an aster-like flower and expressive contrasting foliage.
Heavy weight fabric with a sturdy but smooth hand that’s finished with E.S.D. for antistatic properties and upholstery protection.
COLOR: On point 1960s / 1970s colors of pine green, mint, lemon yellow, squash orange, golden raisin, jadeite, and white accents.
SIZE: 50″ wide and 3 yards + 12″ long
CONDITION: Mint! New old stock.
Maker: Cohama made textiles early in the 20th century and the fabrics were used by such design luminaries as Diane Von Furstenburg.
Read more about Cohama fabric here: https://thevintagetraveler.wordpress.com/tag/cohama/
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