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Effervescence - Fizzing Bauble Wonderland - Chocolate Brown

Effervescence - Fizzing Bauble Wonderland - Chocolate Brown
US$ 10.75 / yard

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Coral, Cherry Red, Tangerine Orange, Chartreuse, Bamboo Green, White, Gray, Chocolate Brown

A myriad of bubbles and concentric circles fizz around one another, as well as in and over stripes, all over a solid dark ground. This luminescent, jewel-toned collection plays on natural motifs as well as geometric abstractions resulting in a contemporary explosion of visual interest. Larger bubbles are about 1", border stripe runs along one selvedge with bubble pattern above stripe extending to the opposite selvedge, from the 'Effervescence' collection by Amelia Caruso for Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

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