• Home
  • Porcelain Tucker Resist Fabric

Porcelain Tucker Resist Fabric

(0) No Reviews yet
$35.00    $28.00

This is a special order item cut to order!

  • Blue, white
  • 55% linen, 45% rayon
  • 13½" horizontal repeat
  • 18" vertical
  • 54"W
  • In-stock items ship in 2-3 business days. Shipping prices are provided at checkout. Standard Shipping will arrive via USPS or FEDEX. See item description for information on terms and conditions.
    ADDITIONAL SHIPPING TIME REQUIRED
    This fabric pattern is re-created as a linen and rayon blend still suitable for today. The fabric name was inspired by the St. George Tucker House, one of the most admired residences in Williamsburg. It belonged to noted jurist St. George Tucker, who attended William and Mary where he later became professor of law. Tucker bought the property in 1788 and moved an older building, which had faced Palace Green, to this site. 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
    Before Judge St. George Tucker was finished with this old Williamsburg house, he had carried it across three Palace Green lots to face Nicholson Street and Market Square, and turned a story-and-a-half, four-room affair into a two-story home with dormered east and west wings, a covered way connection to the kitchen, a habitable cellar, and a deep lean-to-like back hall with two handsome staircases. Tucker needed the space. Under those roofs sheltered ten children, his wife, himself, and a housekeeper.

    Ratings & Reviews

    No reviews available

    Be the first to Write a Review