Thursday, April 9, 2009

1930's Over Stuffed Jacquard Woven II

An example of sofa and chair set redone in jacquard woven tone-on-tone and a thick floral tapestry on cushion tops. Fabric is customer's own from S.R. Harris in Brooklyn Park. You can see the original mohair velvet in a solid color covered the frame while cushion tops originally were contrasting patterns of cut velvet. Very nice effect, many people choose to keep this look.

1 comment:

  1. Help! I have my mother's couch that looks exactly like this before I restored it about 22 years ago, except it also has beautiful carved wood on the arms. It was damaged in a recent move and I don't know how to value it for a claim against the moving company. Can you help me?


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