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Aztec Mayfair

Aztec Mayfair

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c.1850. This fiery fabric was created by Augustus Pugin, who notably designed the furnishings for the interior of Westminster Palace, as a wallpaper for the library ceiling of Great Tew Manor, Oxford. It is a transitional design that translates perfectly to contemporary interiors, where it works fantastically for upholstery. On a glistening silken bed, medieval solar lances spring forth in ebony wool: the centre for each emblem is textured by the herringbone weave of the bronze silk.

Woven to order.

Minimum order of ten metres.





Wedgewood Gunmetal Navy:

29% Viscose, 25% Cotton, 24% Wool,

12% Silk, 10% Flax


Claret Gunmetal:

29% Viscose, 25% Cotton, 24% Wool, 

12% Silk, 10% Flax


Campari Beech Black:

43% Cotton, 30% Silk, 27% Wool


Roll Width 


136 cm / 53.5 ins


Pattern Match Width


124 cm / 48.8 ins




30.5 cm / 12 ins



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