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Wallpaper friezes made in England

Made
Two lengths of wallpaper frieze or border machine printed in yellow, orange, red, brown and green in abstract scrolling design. One length with border printed continuously as follows: 'Made in England BCM / WPM Rd No 833666'.

Summary

Object No.

A9716

Object Statement

Two lengths of wallpaper frieze or border, maker unknown, England. c.1935. (AF).

Physical Description

Two lengths of wallpaper frieze or border machine printed in yellow, orange, red, brown and green in abstract scrolling design. One length with border printed continuously as follows: 'Made in England BCM / WPM Rd No 833666'.

Dimensions

Width

80 mm

Production

Source

Credit Line

Gift of J S Pottinger, 1984

Acquisition Date

3 January 1984

Cite this Object

Harvard

Wallpaper friezes made in England 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 February 2021, <https://ma.as/205431>

Wikipedia

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