Patented by its inventor in 1887 -- and still in production today -- Anaglypta is a lightweight, embossed wallcovering made from cotton and pulp. This is a wallpaper designed to be painted to resemble tooled leathers, plaster mouldings, wood carvings and other oh-so-expensive wall treatments. The Victorians loved these wallcoverings ... and more than a century later, it's still easy to see why. Today the Anaglypta collection includes more than 150 wallpaper, dado and border patterns.

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Cleveland, OH
Anaglypta, doing business as Crown Decorative Products Ltd., in Darwen, Lancashire, England, and as Imperial Home Decor Group in Ohio,is the original manufacturer of Lincrusta…
Since 1975, a manufacturer of Victorian millwork. Also: ceiling medallions, wall niches and exterior brackets, corbels, gables and porch trim in maintenance-free polymer material.
Van Nuys, CA
This site offers a selection of original, historic, reproduction retro/vintage wallpaper from the 19th century to the 1970s - including velvety flocked wallcovering and paintable…