Jacobean Blue Quilt
The Country Porch features the Jacobean Blue Quilt Comforter and bedding accessories from C&F Enterprises.
Jacobean blue stylized flowers and leaves float on a background of soft white and is inspired by 18th century lace textiles in the collections of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Yards of meandering machine quilting create texture, while pretty stripes coordinate with standard pillow shams, Euro shams and bedskirt.
Jacobean Blue Bedding Accessories:
Jacobean Blue Hooked Rug
Jacobean Blue Quilted Throw 50" x 60"
Jacobean Blue Round Quilted Placemat
Jacobean Blue Quilted Scalloped Placemat
Jacobean Blue Apron
Jacobean Blue Tucked Stitched Pillow 12" x 16"
Jacobean Blue Quilted Pillow 14" x 14"
Jacobean Blue Stripes Pillow 14" x 14"
Jacobean Blue Floral w/ Stitches Pillow 18" x 18"
Jacobean Blue Standard Pillow Sham 21" x 27"
Jacobean Blue Stripes Euro Pillow Sham 26" x 26"
Jacobean Blue Stripes Twin Dust Ruffle Bedskirt
Jacobean Blue Stripes Full Dust Ruffle Bedskirt
Jacobean Blue Stripes Queen Dust Ruffle Bedskirt
Jacobean Blue Stripes King Dust Ruffle Bedskirt
Jacobean Blue Stripes Curtain Valance 80" x 15"
Jacobean Blue Embroidered Pillow 8" x 20"
Jacobean Blue is a cotton filled, prewashed, luxury oversized quilt and keeps good company with solid colored Jacqueline matelesse featured here as an underquilt. Other Jacobean style quilts include Jacobean Pink and Stafford.
Look for more colonial style decorating in Americana Decorating Themes accented with Providence home accessories or change your mind with Kitchen Decorating, quilts, curtains, lined curtain panels, country style tieback curtains, curtain valances and window swag curtains.
Return to our online Country Quilt catalog or find more nesting material in Oversized Luxury King Quilts.
100% Cotton Fill/Cover
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"Jacobean-style refers to the period of King James of England's reign in the early 1600s. Over the past 400 years, this look has resurfaced several times and continues to delight the design world."
The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation