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JACK LENOR LARSEN INCORPORATED [[image]] Larsen Carpet Larsen Design Studio Larsen Furniture Larsen Leather Thaibok news NEW PRINTING PROCESS LAUNCHED BY JACK LENOR LARSEN Jack Lenor Larsen is launching a new printing process, a blending of scintillating half-tone colors. Larsen introduced the first printed velvets decades ago, then the first great mural prints, the first ikats and batiks for furnishings. His first pattern for this process is Freesia inspired by the fragrant African blossoms which give the fabric its name. Printed on a heavy satin of lustrous Egyptian cotton, the colorings are prism -- of softly brilliant polychrome on a bamboo ground, allspice -- with the quiet richness of precious woodtones, and black magic -- an electric play of fusing color shades against a sharp black ground. For further information, contact: Amy Rome Jack Lenor Larsen 41 East 11th Street New York, New York 10003 (212)674-3993 Offices: 41 East 11th St., N.Y. 10003 Showroom: 232 East 59th St., N.Y. 10022 Tel. 212/674-3993 Telex: 12 5158; Cable: Jaclarsen
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