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by Yvonne Barineau

ePub Colorful Tablecloths 1930s-1960s: Threads of the Past (Schiffer Book for Collectors with Price Guide) download
Author:
Yvonne Barineau
ISBN13:
978-0764320736
ISBN:
0764320734
Language:
Publisher:
Schiffer Publishing; First Edition, First Printing edition (April 30, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Antiques & Collectibles
ePub file:
1981 kb
Fb2 file:
1709 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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439

Thousands of tablecloth manufacturers from the 1930s to early 1960s produced countless styles of popular printed tablecloths in various colors.

Thousands of tablecloth manufacturers from the 1930s to early 1960s produced countless styles of popular printed tablecloths in various colors. Colorful Tablecloths 1930s-1960s: Threads of the Past (Schiffer Book for Collectors with Price Guide) Paperback – April 30, 2004. by Yvonne Barineau (Author).

Thousands of tablecloth manufacturers from the 1930s to early 1960s produced countless styles of popular printed tablecloths in various colors, fabrics, and themes. Showcased in over 450 stunning photographs are colorful floral designs, nostalgic fruit and vegetable themes, conversational motifs, and eye-catching geometrics

Colorful Tablecloths 1930s-1960s: Threads of the Past. Yvonne Barineau & Erin Henderson. Organized by decades, the book covers the history of the printed tablecloth from the 1700s to the 1950s, and presents the social and political influences on period designs and styles.

Colorful Tablecloths 1930s-1960s: Threads of the Past. Linen: From Flax Seed to Woven Cloth. It includes sections on how to date your tablecloths, spotting reproductions, and information about major manufacturers. There are ideas for crafts you can make with your vintage linens, too. It is the ultimate tribute to the exuberant and creative spirit of the American tablecloth manufacturer.

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Thousands of tablecloth manufacturers from the 1930s to early 1960s produced countless styles of popular printed tablecloths in various colors, fabrics, and themes. This book identifies not only who produced your favorite tablecloths, but when they were made. Showcased in over 450 stunning photographs are colorful floral designs, nostalgic fruit and vegetable themes, conversational motifs, and eye-catching geometrics. Measurements and current values are provided in the captions, while a must-read section covers proper cleaning and storage techniques that will add decades to the life of your textiles. A wonderful resource for interior designers, antique dealers, and textile collectors.
  • I was expecting less photos and more text on the history of each major linen manufacturer. THe photos were very good though. Having a price range is good however it would be more useful to give a change in price over the years. These cloths have been collected over a long time and the author should have an idea of the appreciation of the items.
    A rarity rating would have been useful too.
    I enjoyed flicking through it but would I have bought it if I hadn't done that first. Maybe not.

  • Very nice!

  • Great book.

  • Great pictures in this book. The background information was very helpful. I would recommend this to anyone that has an interest in vintage tablecloths. The pricing guide was also very useful.

  • good book

  • GREAT BOOK

  • What a wonderful surprise I had as I reviewed the vintage tablecloths and were so happy to see so many of my Dad's designs and also see that he was mentioned in many of them. This is the first book I have that recognizes John Madsen as the designer and holder of some patents (which I never knew about). My sister, brother and I have enjoyed the thrill of looking and purchasing his tablecloths and have a nice selection - many of which we remember seeing him work on. This book has helped us so much in recognizing his work and learning more about Wilendure who he worked for. We thank Yvonne Barineau for providing this information in our search. The pictures are clear, and the information provided is wonderful. Thank you.......Sue Nilsen

  • I'm a vintage tablecloth junkie and couldn't live without this book. Beautiful pictures and great information too. I highly recommend it to any vintage linen lovers.