1776 Arabesque Pigeons
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Berrien House Sprig
Berrien House Sprig
Boston Floral Stripe
Concord Stripe and Vine Elmwood Floral
Hamilton Urn Hamilton Urn Stenciled
Jefferson Trellis Laurel Trellis
                                  Grove Arabesque Otis Federal Stripe
Locust Grove Arabesque Otis Federal Stripe
Parakeets and Pearls Plymouth Stripe & Vine
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Plain Papers
 Plain Papers


                                  Federal Stripe
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English circa 1795-1805

Vine and stripe patterns gained wide spread popularity during this time period. This elegant example was found in the first Harrison Gray Otis House in Boston, now the headquarters of the Historic New England.

Built by a young lawyer in the mid -1790s, the house was decorated with many small-figured English wallpapers, which were fashionable at that time. This pattern was hung in a bedchamber along with the Otis Federal Chain border.

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

Repeat 2 inches
Width 21 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.