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A length of strong, high-quality vintage cotton fabric screenprinted in a classic 1950s midcentury modern colour combination of mustardy yellow and brown with a finely drawn design of leaves outlined in black in the style of Viola Gråsten. Measuring 121 by 219 cm, the textile is raw at top and botto..
£55.00
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This four-metre length of original 1970s cotton fabric has never been used and is in crisp, as-new condition. A strong, medium-weight furnishing fabric measuring 121 cm wide and 403 cm long (it has been folded in half lengthways in the accompanying photo), it was sourced in Berlin and is believed to..
£250.00
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This Bauhaus-like Vasarely-style textile is in mint unused condition, and its woven op-art design is fully reversible, appearing on the reverse side with inverted colouring – so that what is gold on one side is ivory on the other and vice versa. Measuring 32 x 91 cm (103 cm including the tassels), t..
£35.00
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This circular cotton tablecloth was made in Norway in the 1970s and is screenprinted with an op-art target design in olive green on a white background and finished at the edge with a 1 cm wide white cotton binding. It has a diameter of 134 cm and is in very good condition with some evidence of previ..
£49.00
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Produced in Denmark by Jeka Metaltryk A/S, these multilayered pendant light fixtures are offered for sale as a pair, and the price displayed is for both lamps together. Made from ivory white powder-coated steel, the lamps' multiple layers and graduated design allow for a soft and glare-free illumina..
£699.00
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Sourced in Denmark, this vividly colourful art textile dates to the 1960s or early 70s and has a bold graphic design in lime green, red and orange on a white background. The 100% cotton panel is finished on all four sides, the top and bottom edges having a narrow hem, and left and right sides being ..
£99.00
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This crisp cotton fabric panel was purchased in Denmark and dates to the late 1970s. The geometric interlocking double-axehead design was created by Verner Panton and is entitled Puzzle I (ref. Vitra Design Museum 2001, Verner Panton: The Collected Works, pp.332–3). Measuring 96cm wide by 126cm in l..
£95.00
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This screenprinted artwork was produced in the 1960s by Danish art textiles company Grautex. The design, entitled Bambus, was created by artist Kirsten Rømer and features a cluster of bamboo plants printed in avocado green on a light-to-medium-weight natural unbleached cotton. The piece is finished ..
£245.00
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This medium-weight furnishing fabric has a strongly slubbed texture and a flowing abstract design suggesting botanical and Japanese influences, printed in a rich palette of warm browns and golden beige with white highlights. Dating to the 1970s and measuring 119 x 180 cm, the fabric is in excellent ..
£95.00
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Geometric op-art meets flowing psychedelic in this four-metre length of vintage-but-never-used 70s fabric, which measures 124 cm wide and 406 cm long (it has been folded in half lengthwise in the accompanying photo). The striking interweaving chequerboard pattern is printed on a white background in ..
£295.00
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Measuring 122 x 208 cm, this mint and unused fabric is a lightweight and translucent polyester printed with a large-scale op-art sunburst motif in monochrome greys and black on a white background...
£22.00
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The striking op-art target design on this 1970s cotton textile from Norway has been screenprinted in warm mid brown onto a white background and would make a strong statement artwork framed or mounted on a stretcher. Measuring 88 x 82 cm, the textile is in very good condition with minor evidence of p..
£80.00
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