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What is this?

Floral and geometric border. Motifs have the appearance of mosaics, with floral sprigs in between. Printed in pink, blue, green, yellow and lavender in a gray framework. Black highlights are added to give a 3-D look. Printed on off-white ground. The width has been cut with four borders remaining.

This is a borders from United States. It is dated 1900–40 and we acquired it in 1992. Gift of Mark Bitter, Robert Bitter, Ward Bitter, and Tami Bitter Cook.

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Its dimensions are

63 x 32.5 cm (24 13/16 x 12 13/16 in. )

This object was catalogued by Gregory Herringshaw

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