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Very unusual and rare vintage bedspread - I believe it is from the 1940s/50s. Beautifully textured medium to heavy weight spread with tufts of white chenille scattered on the body. Two rows of piping down each side. Skirted on three sides, it has split corners for accomodating a poster bed. The skirt has a row of tufted chenille around the bottom border. It is a full size and is shown on a queen with a bed skirt. Size across the body is 52 inches and the skirt drop on each side is 20" - approximately 92 inches across. 104 inches long including bottom skirt. Excellent condition. Freshly soaked and laundered and ready for your immediate enjoyment. Thanks for looking!

I take a lot of care in finding the right textiles and spend a lot of time preparing them for their new homes. I try and list the imperfections that I see, but because these are vintage, there may be things that I overlook. Should you not be happy with your purchase, for any reason, just contact me. I happily take returns. See my shop policies for details.

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Standard Bedspread Sizes:

Twin Bedspread (to the floor) 81” x 112”
Double Bedspread (to the floor) 96” x 112”
Queen Bedspread (to the floor) 102” x 120”
King Bedspread (to the floor) 120” x 120”

Lay Away is available on my spreads, just send me a convo and I can break it into several payments for you.

The shipping is just an estimate, I will reimburse any overage back to you when I ship.

Vintage Bedspread - Hollywood Regency - Snowy White Skirted with Chenille - Solid White


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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