"Without marks I can only guess. The design is called "pulled feathers" and is seen on blown glass objects, vases, paperweights, art glass, etc. Various studios make them. Many come from Murano which is in Venice, Italy, Bavaria,…"
"Exactly! LOL and it holds true today as well! The bigger, bumpier ( is that a word?) bedspreads are still all the rage with the MCM crowd!
I'm happy that they have discovered them and are preserving them too!
Anne - Thank you for the photo of…"
"A molded resin item of this detail, to show the correct holes at the tips of the embroidered flowers and general fine detail on all four sides, would require a mold of high detail. The problem with that is the item would be extremely difficult to…"
"Hi Betty, I'm not real sure, LOL! That is what we've always called them, but I'm also pretty sure it refers to the more ornate, ie Very Bumpy type, :) or more expensive type!
The plain white or colors with the small dot's still…"
"Vicki, While I had chenille bedspreads, I never heard them called "chenille bump". Is that a specific kind of chenille, "local" terminology or .....? I remember that the more expensive ones had much more chenille and…"
"I think Michael is on the right tract, but I'm thinking of something very specific that popped into mind as soon as I looked at your vintage purse.
I'm pretty sure someone took an old Chenille Bump bedspread, then used liquid starch…"