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c.1850. Discovered in the Drawing Room at Stokesay Court (the magnificent late-Victorian mansion where "Atonement" was filmed), this is a classic late nineteenth century fabric design by Augustus Pugin, who famously designed the furnishings for the interior of Westminster Palace. It was originally a cut velvet and is now woven in cotton and silk: the deep figuring is bordered in gold on the luminous ground as if it has been embroidered. Floral with swirling flourishes, Allcroft is wonderful for upholstery.   

Woven to order.

Minimum order 15 metres.




85% Cotton, 15% Silk


Roll Width


136 cm / 53.5 ins


 Pattern Match Width

124 cm / 48.8 ins



40 cm / 15.7 ins



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