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c.1780. Originally a cut velvet found at Saltram House, Devon (one of Britain's best examples of early Georgian interiors and the location for Ang Lee's "Sense and Sensibility") this bold floral design is wonderfully extravagant, with a large repeat of nearly three metres. Woven intricately in yellow-gold over iridescent silk and lined with black wool, this is a truly opulent damask.
Woven to order.
Minimum order of ten metres.


45% Wool, 31% Cotton, 24% Silk

Roll Width 

133 cm / 52.4 ins 


Pattern Match Width 

124 cm / 48.8 ins



295 cm / 116.4 ins



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