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c.1880. Originally a seventeenth century hand woven silk, this pattern has a host of royal patrons. It featured first as the backdrop in "The Baptism of Louis XIV", one of a series of tapestries designed by Le Brun and woven by the Goblanc factories in 1630. It was then redrawn by G. F. Bodley as a damask in the Green Closet and in red for the Duke's Dressing Room in Ham House in 1890, and woven as a silk damask for a dressing room at Windsor Castle. The pattern was originally named Dysart after the Earl of Dysart, who commissioned the work at Ham. This fabric is very useful due to the non-directional tangle of its lush foliage, and it remains as alluring as ever.

Minimum order of ten metres.



100% Silk


Donkey Lumiyarn: 74% Silk, 16% Polyester, 10% Polymetsilver


Roll Width


140 cm / 55.1 ins 


Pattern Match Width


136 cm / 53.5 ins




33 cm / 13 ins


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