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  • Majestic Metallic

    Majestic Metallic

    COLOR: CHARCOAL

    ITEM # 10335-019

    Named for the landmark apartment building on New Yorks famed Central Park West, "Majestic" is a hand-made embroidery of theatrical impact. The boldly-scaled design, inspired by patterns from the Art Deco period, represents stylized, intertwined palm fronds. The graphic nature of the design has been softened by the production technique, which employs two different colors of matte yarn running side by side. Poly yarns (which look like cotton) on linen ground.

  • MAJESTIC

    Majestic

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    ITEM # 10331

    Named for the landmark apartment building on New York's famed Central Park West, "Majestic" is a hand-made embroidery of theatrical impact. The boldly-scaled design, inspired by patterns from the Art Deco period, represents stylized, intertwined palm fronds. The graphic nature of the design has been softened by the production technique, which employs two different colors of matte yarn running side by side. Poly yarns (which look like cotton) on linen ground.

  • CROSSTOWN

    Crosstown

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    ITEM # 10329

    This windowpane plaid, a nod to classic mens suiting, has been interpreted in luxurious jacquard velvet with a dash of the unexpected. Within each windowpane/grid are pinstripes of luminous, contrasting color. Crosstown enlivens the well-tailored look, making it both timely and timeless. The plush pile is a super-soft blend of cotton and viscose.

  • BRIDGES

    Bridges

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    ITEM # 10316

    To make this embroidery, skilled craftspeople first "space dye" loosely spun cotton yarns by hand. This special process creates colors and tones which evolve and bloom along each strand. The strands are then stitched down in an undulating linear arrangement which flows gracefully across the width of goods. "Bridges," at once modern and subtly ethnic, is both soft-spoken statement or ready coordinate for multiple schemes. Linen/cotton ground, cotton embroidery.

  • SKYLINE

    Skyline

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    ITEM # 10326

    Contemporary jacquard velvet patterns, "Skyline" and "Gridlock", feature an intriguing combination of fibers. Wool, viscose and poly have been spun together to make a sumptuous yarn quality with a melange (tonal) effect. The resulting velvet pile, woolen in appearance, is both soft and durable. Skyline is a graphic, jagged stripe. Gridlock is a small-scale windowpane or grid. Both are endlessly useful foundations for upholstery and have been designed to work together, each matching the other, perfectly.

  • MANHATTAN MUSE

    Manhattan Muse

    ITEM # 10312

    Flowing ribbons of paint have been captured and reimagined in this artful and show-stopping embroidery. Appearing at first glance like brushstrokes on canvas, inspection reveals a complex rendering composed entirely of colorful yarns. Glowing viscose and matte polyester work together to keep the eye moving along each gestural, abstract motif. 100% linen ground.

  • Rush Hour Metallic

    Rush Hour Metallic

    COLOR: GREY

    ITEM # 10334-009

    This striking embroidery, readily a graphic statement or useful coordinate, captures the wild energy of a daily commute. Expressionistic scribbles race horizontally across the goods, fully covering the fabric with dynamic bands of color. Two matte yarns interact with one gleaming yarn for added dimension and play of light. Polyester/viscose (or metallic) embroidery on linen/cotton ground.

  • Jazz

    Jazz

    COLOR: .

    ITEM # 10317

    Mid-century art inspired this powerhouse embroidery of active lines and colorful geometric shapes. The design is evocative of musical notes and suggests a jazz composition in graphic form. Matte polyester and glossy rayon yarns enhance the sense of rhythm, sound and movement. Cotton satin ground.

  • GRIDLOCK

    Gridlock

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    ITEM # 10327

    Contemporary jacquard velvet patterns, "Skyline" and "Gridlock", feature an intriguing combination of fibers. Wool, viscose and poly have been spun together to make a sumptuous yarn quality with a melange (tonal) effect. The resulting velvet pile, woolen in appearance, is both soft and durable. Skyline is a graphic, jagged stripe. Gridlock is a small-scale windowpane or grid. Both are endlessly useful foundations for upholstery and have been designed to work together, each matching the other, perfectly.

  • Rush Hour

    Rush Hour

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    ITEM # 10313

    This striking embroidery, readily a graphic statement or useful coordinate, captures the wild energy of a daily commute. Expressionistic scribbles race horizontally across the goods, fully covering the fabric with dynamic bands of color. Two matte yarns interact with one gleaming yarn for added dimension and play of light. Polyester/viscose (or metallic) embroidery on linen/cotton ground.

  • NYC

    Nyc

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    ITEM # 10325

    Named for its jacquard patterning which suggests a grid-like map of city blocks, this stunning velvet is alive with New Yorks energy and light. Cut pile and uncut loops of viscose create captivating surface texture, tonal color shifts and stimulating high/low relief. The voided background, in a herringbone weave, is lightly peppered with metallic yarn. The impact is high style and head-turning glamour for upholstery use. Viscose/Poly/Polyamide construction.

  • Prickly Pear

    Prickly Pear

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    ITEM # 10305

    A bold and playful pattern named after the cactus for its dotting effect, Prickly Pear is printed and hand-stitched.

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