1776 Arabesque Pigeons
Arthur and Robert Stripe Bacchus
Berrien House Sprig
Berrien House Sprig
Boston Floral Stripe
Elmwood
                                  Floral
Concord Stripe and Vine Elmwood Floral
Elmwood
                                  Floral
Hamilton Urn Hamilton Urn Stenciled
Jefferson
                                  Trellis
Jefferson Trellis Laurel Trellis
Locust
                                  Grove Arabesque Otis Federal Stripe
Locust Grove Arabesque Otis Federal Stripe
Parakeets and Pearls Plymouth Stripe & Vine
Stars and Squares
Reveillon Damask Stars and Squares
 Urns and Medallions Votive Goddess
Plain Papers
 Plain Papers

 




Concord
                                  Stripe & Vine
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American (Boston) circa 1796-1815

This striped flowering vine pattern was quite popular at the turn of the 19th century. It exists in at least two virtually identical versions, and has been found throughout Eastern Massachusetts.

Adelphi's pattern is from an example in the collections of Historic New England.  It is from the Wheeler House in Concord, where it was found hung over Adelphi's "4 July 1776" paper. HNE has additional examples from Sandwich, Newbury, Dorchester, and Boston, all in Massachusetts, which are printed with the same block in different colorways. HNE has concluded that all of these papers are produced by Moses Grant (1744-1817) of Boston.

This pattern is licensed to Adelphi Paper Hangings by Historic New England.

Repeat 7 inches
Width 20 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.