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Tampella Fabric Rainbow Heart Stretched and Quilted 1970's

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This fantastic vintage fabric panel from Tampella of Finland is a rainbow heart and is called SYDAN or Heart. It is dated 1977 and the designer is unknown but could possibly include Marjatta Metsovaara (thank you Anja of Two Sisters) . The quilting on this panel is very well done and has been stretched on to a frame. A super Pop Art scene that is bright and vibrant and looks like it came straight from the Panton Era.

Dimensions - 48" wide, 30.25" tall, 1" deep.

It is in fine vintage condition with bright colors and no staining. There is some tearing at the two bottom corners (see pics). We would suggest that you re-stretch it on a slightly smaller frame to fix the tears.

This is an oversized item. We can take this off the frame and the item will ship for free but there could be tearing to the fabric. Let us know if this is the option that you would prefer before purchasing so we can adjust the shipping cost.

Please convo me for additional pictures if needed.

We always combine shipping when possible and refund any excess shipping charges. You will only pay actual shipping charges, no handling fee or packing costs.

International buyers please contact us for shipping cost.

Be sure to check us out for great Pop Art and Glam of the 1960's.


Tampella Fabric Rainbow Heart Stretched and Quilted 1970's


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: fabric
  • Only ships within United States.
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