Beall Foliate Bellingham Cary Vine
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Dundurn Castle Ashlar
Durndurn Castle Gothic
Florence Plantation Foliate
Florence Plantation Foliate
Hermitage Maple Leaf
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Rapp House
Pineapples Rapp House Medallion
Soane Diaper
Renaissance Strapwork Soane Diaper
 Volute  Wheatlands Volute
                                  Cary Vine
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American circa 1860

Found in the parlor of the 18th century Bellingham Cary House in Chelsea, Massachusetts, this scrolling vine pattern is an example of an early 19th century roller printed pattern. The relatively small repeat is typical of early mechanized printing, as the technology for producing larger rollers, and therefore larger repeats, had not completely been developed. The coloration of the original document is also indicative of the more muted direction in interior fashions that were to come. Adelphi offers this pattern on either our standard matte ground or on a faux satin ground.

This pattern is licensed to Adelphi Paper Hangings by the Governor Bellingham Cary House Association.

Repeat 838 inches
Width 19 inches
Straight Match

The historic colorway image above shows two widths of the pattern installed.  Alternate colorway images show one complete width of the pattern.