Victor, fabric Scalamandre cut velvet Variessia Orchid Olive; drapery fabric Old World Weavers Villa Ornella Stripe Olive Rose; silk tassel tieback Scalamandre Moss Primrose
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velvet fabric for dining room chairs
this would work for the reupholstery of the victorian lady's chair. Search the fabrics you already have.
French velvets were comparable with those of the Italians, with one exception: the famous Genoese black velvet. The French could never quite master the beauty and sheen of this fabric.
This Louis XVI fauteuil chair reupholstered in a cut velvet fabric would not have looked out of place in a 17th-century
if this fabric could be found!
Figured velvet in the 17th century. Venice became so financially dependent on the manufacturers of silks and velvets that to keep their looms working year-round, they imported silkworm cocoons from