1985 Bailey & Griffin Still Life Fabric Sample
Floral and fruit images drawn from 18th century sources inform this lovely blue chintz. A large central motif is perfect for making a stunning pillow or coving the back or seat of a small chair. Could also make a small Roman shade to add a grandmillennial touch to a small space. #03881 in the Bailey & Griffin Archive. Printed in England.
Beautiful curves and movement to the structure of the flowing leaves, heavy figs, and cascading flowers.
1 in stock
SIZE: 23.5″ wide + 1″ right hand selvedge x 44″ long
COLORS: Williamsburg blue, muted greens, butternut squash skin, russet brown, cornsilk, and white.
MAKERS: Bailey & Griffin was founded in 1923 as an importer of textile designs coming from the UK firm Arthur H. Lee & Co., but by the mid 60s was sourcing raw textiles and designing their own line of traditionally inspired prints, all handprinted! Like so many other fabric houses there were plenty of mergers with the B&G archive ultimately ending up in the Duralee family of fabrics.