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Approx 55 Inches

47% Rayon, 42% Cotton, 11% Polyester

Heavy Duty Wyzenbeek

51,000 Double Rubs

Use for Upholstery, Drapery

7 Colorways

$85.50 Net USD

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An unpretentiously stunning vine pattern, reduced to its absolute essence. Woven exclusively at one of the finest jacquard mills in Switzerland, CHRISTIAN is designed to replicate a painted surface through the inexact release of pigment from the artist’s brush onto the canvas, thereby creating a delightful “open” area to the overall pattern. Technologically advanced through the use of a monofilament warp yarn, allowing the pattern to perfect itself during the actual weaving process. CHRISTIAN is named after the artist who not only designed but executed the beautiful finished product for Joseph Noble.

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PROFILE

Content:   47% Rayon / 42% Cotton / 11% Polyester

Vertical Repeat:   8.0 Inches

Horizontal Repeat:  11.25 Inches

Width: Approx 55 Inches

Weight: 5.27 oz per linear yard

Finish:  Heatset

Colorways:  7

Application:   Drapery, Upholstery

 TESTING AND PERFORMANCE

 Please call Customer Service if you need information on a test not listed below.

 Abrasion:    51,000 Double Rubs    Heavy Duty

 Cal 117:   Complies

 Wet and Dry Crocking:   Wet – Class 5 / Dry – Class 5

 Colorfastness to Light: Class 5.0 / 60 hours

 Breaking Strength:   31 Warp and 135 Fill

 Seam Slippage:   26.62 Warp and 14.95 Fill

 Pilling:   Class 1.0

 CLEANING

 Dry Clean Only

 

APPLICATION SUITABILITY IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE DESIGNER/PURCHASER

That said, if considering a textile or Technology Leather for other than its stated use, please consider the following:

Does the fabric side-match?

Does the fabric pass, or can it be treated to pass the required FR test?

Is the fabric content suitable for the end usage?

This list is by no means all-inclusive, please check with your Designer/Purchaser.

Please contact us with any questions.


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