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Kelsch Ancien

Old Alsatian Kelsch in indigo blue and ecru or red linen at the end of the 19th century They come from covers of which we have created tablecloths or cushion covers
Bed linen in Kelsch was traditionally part of the trousseau of the bride-to-be
The blue or red checkered fabric kelsch is an element of the Alsatian countryside between 1815 and 1870
At that time a thick pile of fabrics stored in chests or cupboards

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