Length of roller-printed cotton 86” x 22.5”
Right selvedge intact
Produced in Russia for export to Central Asia
Good used condition except for scattered stains
It looks like this fabric was used as a backing for a large wall hanging.
This pattern is evocative of French home furnishing designs at a time when faux warp prints were popular. While Russian export cloth to Central Asia often depicted faux-ikat patterns in imitation of hand-woven Uzbek ikats, this fabric is imitating European machine-woven warp prints with a decidedly Western look. An interesting twist.
The first two images show the fabric folded in half with each side visible.
If you are interested in this length of Russian trade cloth, please contact Susan Meller.