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Capitol Theatre Detroit 1921 Blueprint Pocket Square, Michigan Opera Theatre
Capitol Theatre Detroit 1921 Blueprint Pocket Square, Michigan Opera Theatre. Wondering how to accessorize for the opera? Now you know!
Designed by C. Howard Crane and modeled after the great opera houses of Europe, the Capitol Theatre was the fifth largest movie theatre in the world when it opened in 1922. It reopened in 1996 as the Detroit Opera House, home of Michigan Opera Theatre, after a meticulous and historic restoration of the Italian Renaissance-styled building, including its grand, intricately designed proscenium arch and ceiling.
• Pattern: Capitol Theatre 1921 Blueprint
• Fabric: Vegan microfiber or 100% silk
• Printing ink: Non-toxic, waterbased ink.
• Print area: All-over print
• Square size: Measures approx. 10" x 10".
• Finish: Rolled and zigzag stitched hem. No raw edges!
• Care: Spot clean, or dry clean; gently iron medium.
Proceeds will benefit Michigan Opera Theatre’s Education and Community Programs Departments.
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Redrawn and assembled by us from numerous original 1921 blueprints. Hand screen printed in the USA in our Detroit Michigan studio, located in Historic Eastern Market.