This corally-pink cotton plisse tailored full-size bedspread is from the 1930's or 40's. The sides are gathered with white piping accents. It is offered as a set with 2 pillow shams in a rose print in shades of pink on a white ground that gives a spark to the solid bedspread. Even though the bedspread is of a different color, they coordinate very well. This is a LOOK that a shelter magazine will offer as an editorial. The fourth piece to the set is ONE drape in the same rose pattern as the pillow shams. It is pictured folded at the bottom of the bed. The bedspread has a area of about one yard square where it is a little lighter, most likely from the sun. It is not very noticeable. The ONE drape can be made into a valance or jabot with a coordinating white sheer fabric. The dimensions are as follows: The Bedspread is 108" long and 97" wide; The drape panel is 100" long and 37" wide. There is a frayed edge [abt. 5"] on the bottom of the white ruffle. It can be easily hemmed; The pillow shams  measure 36" X 27". The coordinating bedspread set is freshly washed. Enjoy!