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A classic antique French linen sheet would be a delightful addition to any linen lovers collection! This beautifully proportioned antique linen sheet has an exquisite R.M.monogram skillfully done by hand in Bourdon point. This vintage linen bedding is an authentic addition to your Country French Decor.
Just imagine the hours and hours of skillful artisan work it took to create this stunning piece!!
It is absolutely resplendent with elaborate details, double rows of jour work (ladder work)
and lots of French knots. Perhaps it was a dowry sheet kept as part of a young woman's trousseau.

It's common for vintage linen bedding of this era to have small irregularities in the material. This is normal and is a sign of their age and authenticity. This soft linen sheet is a fresh white tone and will keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer...the magic of fine French linen.

Sizes of the sheet: 124 inches long x 84 inches wide
Sizes of the monogram: 4.75" x 4.75'
Condition: Excellent antique condition with the exception of 2 very small pink spots.
16 Ref.
A perfect present for a bride, a beautiful decorators piece or a great addition to your own collection (porquoi pas)!

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The shop: www.etsy.com/shop/ForTheLoveOfFrance
Antique French Linens; www.etsy.com/shop/ForTheLoveOfFrance?section_id=10190390

Antique French Linen, Antique linen bedding, Country French Decor, R M Monogram, Embroidered linen sheet, Vintage linen bedding


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: Linen, Metis, lace, jour work, ladder work, drawn thread work, Bourdon point embroidery
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 306 reviews
  • Favorited by: 62 people