ANDREW JACKSON FLORAL – NOIR
This reproduction of a late 17th century French document was originally created for bed draperies in The Hermitage, a historical plantation and museum located in Davidson Country, Tennessee owned by Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States. The original fabric was hand-printed at the Scalamandré mill in Long Island City, giving this classic design a touch of both company history and national history. We are excited to present Andrew Jackson Floral in its latest incarnation as a striking new wallpaper. With stylized blooms and climbing boughs, this seventeen-color print is ready to grace the walls of a master bedroom or add panache to a foyer.
Repeat: Vert: 18″ Horiz: 36″
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Designer: Old World Weavers
Content: 100% Non-Woven Substrate
Priced Per Yard
Minimum Yards to Purchase: 2 Yards
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