Dating from the 1940's to the mid 1950's, two pinch pleated drapery panel in a linen fabric. The print of the fabric are garden flowers including, hydrangeas, peonies and other spring bloom. Colors are vibriant, yet soft, in shades of pink, roses, purple blue and green on a tan background. Flowers are on a larger scale. Looks like barkcloth in design but fabric is linen. Gorgeous vintage patina plus how often do you find linen fabric?. Both panels are fully lined. Professionally made.
Although the fabric is matching, the size of the panels are different widths. The length of both measure 74-1/4" long. One panel measure 22" across the top and 45-1/2" the width of the hem line. The other panel is wider in width, measuring 68" wide at the hem line and 34" across the width at the top.
Condition: No holes. Panels should be cleaned as they are overall soiled from years of storage. No major stains but need cleaning to freshen. Some fading of fabric, at the edge, where the drapes would have hung in the light. This is more subtle.
I can imagine the drapes used in sewing or craft DIY projects. Fabric is heavy enough for upholstering cushions, chair pillows or other home decor usage......or for any other imaginative ideas.