TREYES HANDBLOCKLee Jofa pattern 2010151Original pattern 637110 LJArthur H. Lee introduced theoriginal Treyes Handblock pattern,printed with 20 handblocks, toLee Jofa in 1963. Inspired by anIndian tree of life design datingback to the 1920s, the originaldocumentary version was onlinen union, but Eric Cohlerfelt that it would be beautifullypresented on glazed cotton as atrue English country house chintz.
ROSEBANK PRINTLee Jofa patterns 2010152and 2010153Original pattern 789000 LJRosebank originated in the1850s during the heyday ofVictorian floral design. Thehandblocked pattern wasintroduced to Lee Jofa byJohnson and Faulkner in 1913and remains in the line to thisday as a screen print. Diamondand Baratta love classic floralEnglish chintzes and jumped atthe opportunity to recolor thisclassic print for today’s market.
CLARENDON PRINTLee Jofa pattern 2010157Original pattern 839520 LJThe original design for theClarendon Print was createdin the 19th century when theVictorians delighted in bringingthe outdoors in.Though originallyprinted by handblock, Clarendonhas appeared in the Lee Jofacollections as a screen printon cotton chintz since 1983.Suzanne Rheinstein chose torecolor this classic Englishdocumentary floral on linen.
GADDESDEN PRINTLee Jofa pattern 2010154Original pattern 2000235 LJThe original Gaddesden Printfirst appeared in the Lee Jofacollection in 2000. David Eastonselected Gaddesden, a screenadaptation of a Jacobeantree of life block dating fromthe 1920s, with the intentof adding texture to thebackground and softening thelook for today’s market.
NYMPHEUS HANDBLOCKLee Jofa pattern 2010150Original pattern 697130 LJThe design for NympheusHandblock dates back to 1915.The inspiration for the designcame from the silk panels of a15th century Ming Dynasty screen,which had been painted with inksand mineral pigments. O’Brien tookinto consideration the effects ofthe blocking process, and coloredNympheus Handblock knowingthat many designers favor thesofter, muted motifs and colorsdisplayed on the reverse side of thefabric.
NEW SHIRAZ PRINTLee Jofa patterns 2010155and 2010156Original pattern 960057 LJThe Shiraz Print, a multicoloredfloral inspired by an antiquerug design, was developed byLee Jofa in 1996. Suzanne Kaslerchose to reimagine this populardesign for the Heritage collection.By tracing the outline of thedesign and recoloring it withone color on white and naturallinen, she transformed thepattern and gave it an entirelynew look.
Heritage CollectionFA BR IC IDEN T IFI C ATIO NCoverDeborah Tufted Sofa HT4706-6: Lexington Tweed in Oyster 2010147.1Daniel Chair HT4705-20: Hollyhock Block in Multi 2011118.519Left Pillow: Tivoli Antico in Red 2008117-19Right Pillow: Queen Victoria in Evergre 960033-30, Trim Wessex Mini Cord in LichenLucille Side Table 9850Lamp TL93, Glass Urn with Fern patternDrapery Panel Fabric: Hisari Ikat in Blue 2008136-515,Trim Perandor Braid in Blue TL10013.5Carpet:Valmont in CamelEric Cohler60” Single Pedestal Dining Table WD6-60RD, Fruitwood Medium DistressGreek Key Side Chairs H4536-20: inside chair fabric- Dinisen Linen in Pewter 2009101-11,outside chair fabric- Plain Jane in Graphite 2006215.8Drapery Panels:Treyes Print in Sage 2010151.3,Trim Plain Jane in Graphite 2006215.8Wall Upholstery:Windowpane Wool in Pewter 2009138.11Carpet: Nouveau Shimmer in BeigeDiamond & BarattaYork Sofa H4091-7: Lorena in Polar ED85083-100,Trim 20419.717Pillows on Sofa: Rosebank Cotton in Brown 2010152.6,Trim 20419.717Vintage Wicker Chair Cushions: Rosebank Cotton in Brown 2010152.6Suzanne RheinsteinWentworth Sofa H4330-5: Library Mohair in Thistle 2010146.10,Trim Glazed Silk in Clover 2007143.10Lumbar Pillow: City Stripe in Thistle 2007148.10,Trim Glazed Silk in Clover 2007143.10Square Pillow: Serene Stripe in Endive 2010145.23Prescott Tufted Chair H4234-20: Clarendon Linen in Mocha 2010157.6,Trim Perandor Plain Braid in OliveTL10013.304Bolster Pillow: Glazed Silk in Honey 2007143.12,Trim Varenne Moss in Amber T2004756.314Beatrice Ottoman: Lexington Tweed in Teal 2010147.35,Trim T30497.635Wall Upholstery: Clarendon Linen in Mocha 2010157.6Continued on Reverse SideAll furniture and accessories not otherwise noted are property of the designer.
Heritage CollectionFA BR IC IDEN T IFI C ATIO NDavid EastonChatham Recliner H4610-20 Emperor Finish: Gaddesden in Linen 2010154.116Grid Bench H4621-40 Emperor Finish: Checquers Velve in Brick 2001179.24Drapery Panels: Gaddesden in Linen 2010154.116,Trim Myron in Amber TL10087.430Wall Upholstery: Gaddesden in Linen 2010154.116Thomas O’BrienCustom Screen: Nympheus Print in Teal 2010150.13, Back- Academy Weave in Sand 2346-GWF.116Vintage Lounge Chair: Nympheus Print in Aubergine (reverse facing) 2010150.909Vintage High Back Chair: Nympheus Print in Aubergine 2010150.909Pillow Under Table: Moriyama in Cognac GWF-2595.6Suzanne KaslerCharleston Sofa H4530P-6: Hazelton in Milk 2009154.101Throw on Sofa: New Shiraz in Pink 2010155.7, back side Jarah in Flax ED85084.1101 Pillow on Sofa: New Shiraz in Pink 2010155.72 Pillows on Sofa: Jarah in Flax ED85084.110Drapery Panels: New Shiraz in Pink 2010155.7Chair Slipcover: New Shiraz in Pink 2010155.7Pillow on Chair: New Shiraz in Pink 2010155.7All furniture and accessories not otherwise noted are property of the designer.201 Central Avenue South Bethpage New York 11714800 453 3563 Fax 516 752 7623 Canada 888 533 5632 leejofa.com
Heritage CollectionTHE HERITAGE COLLECTION CELEBRATES LEE JOFA’S RICHHISTORY OF GREAT DESIGN. WE ASKED OUR AMAZINGLYTALENTED LICENSING PARTNERS TO IDENTIFY A FAVORITEICONIC LEE JOFA PRINT AND REINVENT IT BASED ON THEIRUNIQUE STYLE AND SIGNATURE PALETTE. ADDITIONALLY,OUR DESIGN STUDIO REINTERPRETED LEE JOFA’S FAMOUSHOLLYHOCK BY HAND BLOCKING IT ON NATURAL LINEN.THE RESULT IS A FABULOUS OFFERING OF BEAUTIFUL FABRICSIN NEW COMPOSITIONS, COLORS AND TEXTURES UPDATED TOREFLECT THE INDIVIDUALITY OF THE DESIGNER AND THEEVOLVING AESTHETIC OF LEE JOFA.FOR PRODUCT IDS, PLEASE VISITLEEJOFA.COM/HERITAGE201 CENTRAL AVENUE SOUTH BETHPAGE NEW YORK 11714800 453 3563 FAX 516 752 7623 C ANADA 888 533 5632 LEEJOFA.COM
Lee Jofa pattern 2010151 Original pattern 637110 LJ Arthur H.Lee introduced the originalTreyes Handblock pattern, printed with 20 handblocks,to Lee Jofa in 1963.Inspired by an Indian tree of life design dating back to the 1920s,the original documentary version was on linen union,but Eric Cohler felt that it would be beautifully presented on .