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Vintage Dala Runner Scandinavian Horse Table Runner 60s

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A vintage Scandinavian table runner or linen mat. Dala horses & traditional Scandinavia folk design, floral kurbits painting, dancers, musicians, in turquoise orange, yellow and green.

This runner is on the small side, measuring 23.5" x 9.5" or 59.7 cm x 24.1 cm.

This piece would be perfect as a center runner on a large table or sideboard, or on a smaller accent table, laid either horizontally or vertically.

Photo #5 above shows the underside of the runner, the hemmed edges are visible.

The cloth is either linen or a linen/cotton blend.

There is a signature screen printed on one corner: "Hila" (see photo #4 above.) The piece dates from about the 1960s.


Condition:
Excellent, almost like new, except for an EXTREMELY, faint yellowish, tea-like stain on the beige area of the runner in the corner diagonally opposite the signature. The stain is barely visible from the front, because it in of the area that is screen printed beige. I only noticed it while looking at the underside, which is white, unprinted fabric.

The owner's of this estate were of Norwegian descent and had many Norwegian artifacts. I have some similar linens listed here:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/107360764/vintage-dala-tablecloth-scandinavian

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Vintage Dala Runner Scandinavian Horse Table Runner 60s


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: linen, cotton linen blend, cotton belnd, cotton, silkscreen, silkscreen ink, print
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 331 reviews
  • Favorited by: 8 people