The popularity and demand of quality cotton velvet for drapery and upholstery use continues to increase enormously. Here are best practices for using velvet for different applications.Read more
Per Linear Yard
It’s the classic marriage of ideas. Start off with strips of leather. Small, tiny strips, architecturally arranged – sometimes as a simple plait, at other times complicated rows of chevron. Then, wed these basic items to the time-honored craft of braided weaving — artistically, a perfect match. The strength of this marriage is revealed in the finished product – a soft, pliable, functional yet strikingly beautiful work of achievement.
Now, add to that Joseph Noble’s ability to translate this into one of his amazing Technology Leathers™. The final honor bestowed on this arrangement is shading all three patterns with the most historic universal hue of leather, espresso.
What you have is Visconti. Honoring the classic art of creating a fascinating product from the most basic of ideas.
* Three patterns available in one colorway.
- Poly Vinyl
- 100,000 Double Rubs
* Samples are available to the trade only.
Most memo samples are 9” x 9”. Cuttings (when available) are 3” x 3”.
Color rendition varies by computer/device manufacturer and model.
Product samples provide a more accurate representation of color and texture.
Content: Poly Vinyl
Width: 54 Inches
Finish: Proprietary Finish
Weight: 30 oz per linear yard
Suggested Use: Upholstery
Application suitability is the sole responsibility of the designer/purchaser.
Contact Customer Service if you need information on a test not listed below.
ASTM E-84 Adhered: Class 1 or A : Can be treated
California Technical Bulletin, 117: Pass
IMO A.652 (16) 8.2 : Pass
IMO A.652 (16) 8.3: Pass
NFPA 260 : Pass
UFAC Class 1 : Pass
W-Mild soap and water. Do not use alcohol-based cleaners on this product.
Can be treated to pass ASTM E-84
Certain clothing and accessory dyes (such as those used on denim jeans) may migrate to lighter colors of our vinyl and polyurethane coated products. This phenomenon is increased by humidity and temperature and is irreversible. Joseph Noble will not assume responsibility for dye transfer caused by external contaminants.