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Furnishing panel

about 1900
Probably by Lindsay P. Butterfield (1869–1948), For Liberty & Co. (English, founded 1875)

Object Place: England


78.7 x 104 cm (31 x 40 15/16 in.); Legacy dimension: 30 3/4 x 40 in.

Accession Number


Medium or Technique

Silk and cotton; compound weave

Not On View


Europe, Textiles and Fashion Arts



Probably designed by Lindsay P. Butterfield (1896-1948) for Liberty and Co. Woven by Alexander Morton and Co. of Darvel and Carlisle, Scotland.
Warp: silk (floats); cotton (tabby binding). Weft: cotton. Machine -woven furnishing fabric with stylized floral and foliage design in green and tan cotton patterning wefts on dark red silk satin ground. Condition: Very Good.

Credit Line

Helen Carpenter Moseley Fund