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Berrien House Ribbon Trellis

American probably Philadelphia, circa 1805-1815

This pattern is licensed to Adelphi Paper Hangings by Andrew Berrien Jones - John Berrien House, Savannah, Georgia.


Construction of the Savannah house of Revolutionary veteran John Berrien was started in 1791. The Berrien House Ribbon Trellis was the second wallpaper installed in the hallway; it was also the second paper in a sequential “sandwich” of patterns found in another room of the house.
Several of the patterns from the Berrien House share both motif and structural aspects with papers from Philadelphia and therefore a similar attribute for this pattern seems plausible.

Reproduction of the pattern was commissioned by the Davenport House Museum, Savannah, Georgia

Imperial Measurements: Repeat 16 ½ inches, width 21 inches, length 11 yards, straight match.

Metric Measurements: 42 cm , 53.3 cm, 10 m.


Border Pairing

Berrien House Dentil Border

American, circa 1805-1815


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Pattern Reproduction

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