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Text in italics is from the artist or seller, the rest is probably mine.

(6th May 2002)

This looks like being a good month on eBay

Brand new, hot off the press-ing board! Bright, pure primary colors of true red (not orange-y), bright yellow and rich royal blue, along with white and black. Winning bidder will receive 16 separate machine-sewn blocks. One sample block is shown. The quilt top shown displays the style of blocks you will receive, with addition of black sashing. (Your blocks may vary slightly but you get the general idea.) Size of each block is 10 x 12", and together these will make a quilt top of 51 x 43" with black sashing as shown. (I will include some black fabric for the sashing as well.) Add another border or two to increase size if desired. Perfect for a wall quilt, a little larger baby-toddler quilt, or for anybody who loves red-yellow-blue! 100% cotton fabrics were prewashed and pressed before construction. From smoke free, pet free home.
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(28th June 2001)

WoW! This is a fabulous vintage sheet in a cool Mondrian print! It is a full size top sheet made by J. P. Stevens. It is a 50/50 cotton/poly blend percale. The colors are still so vibrant and it is in great condition. This would be cool paired with a black or bright color solid sheet! Or make a duvet or shower curtain with it! This would look excellent in any mid-century modern or mod 60's pad! Very Eames era!
(14th Feb 2002)

A great vintage quilt that is hand appliqued and hand quilted well at a neat 5-6 stitches per inch.The quilting is done in a 1 1/4" crosshatch in the background and in various designs in the different colored applique.The quilt has the appearance of a Mondrian painting. It is very thin with no batting and a green hand attached binding.It measures 66"x99" and is in mint,unwashed and unused condition
(12th Nov 2001)

and to go with that, This auction is for three pillow covers, screen-printed with a Mondrian-type print. The fabric is a natural fiber - muslin, I think. They measure a little over 24 by 23 inches. They are in good, solid shape. The colors are still pretty strong for the most part, but are a little uneven in places, maybe a little faded. The pillows are probably vintage; they're clean and unstained except for a smudge near the signature on the back of one (pictured).
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(6th Dec 2001)

Stoff fabric stijl Mondrian Bauhaus
Stoff, fabric, 184 x 184 cm; Kunstfaser „gechintzt“
Mondrian stand in enger Verbindung zum Bauhaus in Weimar und brachte dort viele Ideen des neuen Stijl ein
Der Käufer bezahlt den Versand
Mondrian pattern; Mondrian influenced the Bauhaus very broadly and was very connected with the Bauhaus artists in Weimar; he brought a lot of original ideas from the new stijl to Weimar; size is 78.7 x 78.7 inch
(25 Jun 2002)

Mod as in Mondrian, 70's knit blend in bold geometrics on white. Guilford Mills, Inc. Gilbert Frank Div., Pat. # 50143. Measures 45" by 64"
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(1st July 2002)

This is a quilt design found on Google and resident here.
(8th July 2001)

This one keeps coming around on ebay and at a starting price of $6,500 is likely to continue to do so.

"Composition in Red, Yellow and Blue" is a heavy wool tapestry measuring 7' X 7' (213 cm X 213 cm) from an edition of only 20.
Using the artist's original design as a model, the weaver re-creates the artist's vision in a different medium.
Few weavers possess the skill, sensitivity and enduring patience necessary to create a tapestry with nearly 700,000 hand tied knots, with 20 threads to each knot. Three or four weavers dedicate up to four months to complete such a tapestry.
This edition sold out more than 20 years ago and this is a rare masterpiece of enduring beauty and value.
(25th Jun 2001)

This new floorcloth by Bushka Designs measures 35.5" x 43.5" and is painted on duck canvas. A replica of a famous painting by Dutch artist Pieter Mondrian. Features three coats of polyeurathane and 2 coats of hand polished wax for years of enjoyment.

Tried to buy this but $40 was not sufficient. We plan to buy a Sisal (sp?) rug and paint it ourselves once I have taken out the carpets and laid a wooden floor.



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