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Our rich archive of designs spans over 600 years of fabric history, with picturesque medieval tapestries, delicate 18th century silk brocatelles, and glorious 19th Gothic Revival damasks. Available in both stock and bespoke colours to suit any project, all our fabrics are also available in Trevira for the hospitality trade. Drawing on our expertise, we can also originate any design to your specifications. .


c.1850 The origin of this stylized geometric floral has been traced to a tapestry in Early Flemish painter Roger van der Weyden’s “Madonna And Saints” (c.1450). It was adapted by Augustus Pugin into a wallpaper during his collaboration with John Gregory Crace (whom he had also worked with for the Houses of Parliament) on the decoration of the great Victorian Abney Hall in Cheshire in the 1850s. Now a silk damask, dusky gold blossoms shimmer over the midnight depths of the Bellini Bodley Blue Lumiyarn weave.

Woven to order.
Minimum – 10 metres

Colour Bodley Blue Lumiyarn
Code F0003-14
Repeat 70.5 cm
Pattern Damask
Content 60% Lumiyarn, 40% Silk
Width 124 cm
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