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"Vitrajour" Curtain. France, 1925-35. Embroidery done in vegetable silk on voile de ceylon foundation. Rodier, makers.

Curtain fabric in geometric pattern. France, 1925-35. Rodier, makers.

Curtain fabric. France, circa 1928. Motif of the setting sun, woven in artificial silk on voile foundation. Rodier, makers.

Curtain. Paris, 1927. Man's bedroom. Made by Paul-Alfred Dumas. Lucie Renaudot, designer.

Curtains, Paris circa 1928. Bedroom of apartment. Roger Bal, interior designer.

Curtains, Paris, 1925-30. Sheer linen curtains. Rault et cie., interior designers.

Curtains, Paris, 1925-30. Curtains made by Verot. Detail of bedroom by André Fréchet designer. By Studium of Magasins de Louvre.

Curtains, Paris, 1925-30. Block pattern. André Fréchet, designer. By Studium of Magasins de Louvre.

Curtains, Paris, 1925-30. Geometric design on sheer curtains. Marcel Chappey, interior designer. Madame Chabert-DuPont, curtain designer.

Curtains, Paris, circa 1927. Bedroom curtains in geometric design. Olivier Desbordes, interior designer.

Curtains, Paris, circa 1927. Young girl's bedroom. Block stripe print on toile curtains. Georges Djo-Bourgeois , designer.

Curtains, Paris, circa 1927. Young girl's bedroom. Georges Djo-Bourgeois, designer.

Curtains. Paris, circa 1927. Young girls' bedroom. Silk curtains over geometric-pattern voile curtains. Saddier et Fils, interior decorators. Madame...

Curtains. Paris, circa 1928. René Gabriel, interior designer.

Curtains. Paris, circa 1928. Floral-design sheet curtains Pierre-Paul Montagnac, interior designer.

Curtains. Paris, France, ca. 1924. Geometric-pattern sheer curtains in blonde color. René Prou, interior designer.

Divan quilt. France, circa 1928. Fabric made by the firm of Rodier.

Drapery fabrics. France, 1931. Horiztonal lines in silk and wool. Hélène Henry, designer.

France, circa 1925. Geometric design for curtains and draperies in cotton and jute. Rodier, makers.

France, circa 1926. Woven curtain or drapery fabric. Rodier, maker.

France, circa 1928. Triangular themed velvet upholstery fabric. Eric Bagge, designer.

Pillow. Paris, circa 1929. Geometric pattern in velvet. Lucien Bouix, designer.

Pillow. Paris, circa 1929. Geometric-pattern wool pile. Lucien Bouix, designer.

Pillow. Paris, circa 1929. Musical note pattern. Woven by Rodier. Lucien Bouix, designer.

Snake skin.

Snake skin from The reptiles of western North America.

Tablecloth. Paris, 1931. Linen embroidered silk map of North America. From Le Grand Maison de Blanc department store.

Textile design. "Cheerio" pattern. France, circa 1927. Printed silk. From the "Scrambled Letter" series. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile design. "Frisson." France, circa 1928. Printed splatter pattern on artificial silk. Upholstery fabric. Eric Bagge, designer.

Textile design. "Metropolis." France, circa 1927. Printed silk. F.V. Carpenter, designer. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile design. "Rhapsody" pattern. France, circa 1927. Printed silk. John Held, Jr., designer. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile design. France, circa 1927. Geometric printed pattern. Elise Djo-Bourgeois, designer and maker.

Textile. "L'Orage." France, circa 1928. Bourette de soie. Eric Bagge, designer. Lucien Bouix, maker.

Textile. "Toilin Ajouree." France, 1925-35. Punch work pattern in sheer wool. Shown by Worth, Premet and Paquin. By Meyer.

Textile. "Zig Zag." France, circa 1928. Woven artificial-silk upholstery fabric. Eric Bagge, designer. Lucien Bouix, maker.

Textile. "April." France, circa 1927. Umbrella and rain pattern on printed silk. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile. "Carpet Tacks." France, circa 1925.Photographic images form the pattern.Edward Steichen, designer. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile. "Golf." France, 1925-35.Silk upholstery with curving golf club motif. Eric Bagge, designer.

Textile. "La Terre." Series design of fabric in the four elements, "Air ", "Water," "Fire," and "Earth". Miss Clairenval, designer.

Textile. "Le Paradis Terreste." France, 1925-35. (The Garden of Eden). Jean Beaumont, designer.

Textile. "Les Spires." France, 1925-35. Spiral pattern on fabric with mulberry ground and gold curved lines. Pierre Sardou, designer.

Textile. "Pourquoi Pas?" France, circa 1928. Bourette de soie series. Eric Bagge, designer. Lucien Bouix, maker.

Textile. "Threads." France, 1925-35. Photographic image of sugar lumps form the pattern. Edward Steichen, designer. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile. "Thrills." France, circa 1927. Roller coaster pattern on printed silk. Dwight Taylor, designer. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile. "Ticker tape." France, circa 1927. Umbrella and rain pattern on printed silk. C.B. Falls, designer. Stehli, U.S.A., makers.

Textile. France, 1925-35. "L'Air." Series design of fabric in the four elements, "Air," "Water," "Fire," and "Earth". Miss Clairenval, designer.

Textile. France, 1925-35. Detail of embroidered fabric. Rodier, makers.

Textile. France, 1925-35. Fabric with pattern of degraded lines and stripes. Rodier, makers.

Textile. France, 1925-35. Geometric pattern on woven fabric. Lucien Bouix, maker.

Textile. France, 1925-35. Kasha Poudre Stellatre. Woolen fabric for fall and summer wear with large stars between stripes. Rodier, makers.

Textile. France, 1925-35. Marine life upholstery pattern. Fernand Nathan, designer.

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