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Mineral Deane Embroidery Fabric

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$57.00

This is a special order item cut to order!

  • Brown, blue, white
  • 70% rayon, 30% linen
  • 4¼" horizontal repeat
  • 6¼" vertical
  • 54"W
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    A fresh, new fabric can transform any room of the house. The name of this rayon and linen blend fabric was inspired by Elkanah Deane, a skilled 18th-century coachmaker. Today, the Deane Shop and Forge area is composed of the shop and forge itself, a wooden post-supported forge shelter, and the servant's quarters. The area is also open to the public and presently contains a blacksmithing exhibition. When in Deane's possession, however, the shop was that of a coachmaker and was used for woodworking, harness making, and painting and finishing as well as blacksmithing. Bright and versatile, this fabric is perfect for window treatments (draperies, valances, curtains, and swags), bed skirts, duvet covers, pillow shams, accent pillows, tote bags, aprons and upholstery. Sold by the yard.

    *Fabric is non-returnable
    Elkanah Deane, a skilled Irish coachmaker who established his reputation in New York City before coming to Virginia. While in New York, one of his customers was John Murray, the Earl of Dunmore who later became governor of Virginia. At the time of his death in 1775, Deane's business was in financial trouble and his widow leased the property to various coachmakers. Elkanah Deane's shop is on Prince George Street and his house faces Palace Green.

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