Dore Lily
Dore Lily

Dore Lily

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  • Umber Ash
c.1890  Originally woven by hand, Dore Lily would have been created of woollen ‘stuff’ when it was conceived in the late 1890s. Re-created from a 1920s fragment in 2002, Dore Lily is a fabric steeped in tradition, with a settled place in the Watts archive. In pearly white and amethyst, arabesque blooms, clusters of berries and winding tendrils form a tangled thicket across the surface of this fabric, almost obscuring a plush, silken chartreuse ground. Teeming with untamed life, this colourway captures the quintessence of spring.   Woven to order - Minimum order 8 metres
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