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    The Brick Road 1ft Copper Strip CFW014

    $10.00
    1" x 1' Sold in 1ft lengths. This pattern from the Frank Morrow company dates back to the late 1930s and is done in an Art Deco style which utilizes harsh lines and sharper edges.
    SKU: CFW014
    Availability: 15 in stock
     

    1" x 1'

    Sold in 1ft lengths


    "This came from the Frank Morrow collection that we recently acquired. I believe this was done around the 1930s in the streamline moderne style which had become popular in major cities, specifically in architecture. So this was probably trim for a bar or some type of lighting fixture." ~Vincent Potter

     
     
     

    1" x 1'

    Sold in 1ft lengths


    "This came from the Frank Morrow collection that we recently acquired. I believe this was done around the 1930s in the streamline moderne style which had become popular in major cities, specifically in architecture. So this was probably trim for a bar or some type of lighting fixture." ~Vincent Potter

     
     
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