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What is this?

Alternating medallions framed by acanthus leafs. A small fleur-de-lis inspired design sits between each medallion. The center of the medallions are shades of blue while the acanthus leafs and fleur de lys shapes are shades of green. The fleur de lys are on a tan background. The overall background is a light green.

This is a frieze from United States. It is dated 1890–1910 and we acquired it in 1979. Gift of Victorian Collectibles.

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Its medium is

machine-printed, machine made paper

Its dimensions are

92.5 x 49 cm (36 7/16 x 19 5/16 in.)

This object was manufactured by Gledhill Wall Paper Co.

This object was donated by Victorian Collectibles

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