Bull's Head Medallion
Ada Harris Bull's Head Medallion
Chevron and Laurel
Chevron and Laurel Circle Ornament
Coffered Squares Cooperstown Bouquet
Flowerbaskets French Coffered
Neoclassical Squares
Middlefield Sprig Neoclassical Squares
Ornament and Stripe Pawprints and Stripe
Plymouth Medallion Toile de la Fontaine
Van Cortlandt Rosette
Van Cortlandt Rosette
Vine and Paisley

 Virchaux Drapery
                                  Cortlandt Rosette
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Van Cortlandt Rosette
French, circa 1825

The Georgian style home of Frederick Van Cortlandt, in The Bronx, was commissioned in 1748.  However, the dining room wallpaper reproduced here was a later, 19th century addition. By this time American clients viewed France, rather than England, as the preferred source for high end wallpapers.

The original Jacquemart et Bernard pattern (#5063) is an excellent example of how significant depth and variation can be achieved when using only two printed colors on a ground. When paired with the Van Cortlandt Border it makes a dramatic, yet refined, statement.

This pattern is licensed to Adelphi Paper Hangings by The National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York.

Repeat 18 inches / 47 cm
Width 18 inches /47 cm
Straight Match

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