Memlinc
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Memlinc

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  • Black Gold
  • Campari Fawn - F0017-41
  • China Blue Fawn - F0017-50
  • Clytha Turquoise Gold
  • Lichen Fawn - F0017-16
  • Wine Cinnamon - F0017-29

c.1870. This pattern was originally painted on a robe in "The Presentation in the Temple" (1485) by Michael Pacher. Watts co-founder G. F. Bodley adapted the elegant design and used it frequently in many of his commissions, including as curtains and upholstery in the Blue Drawing Room at Powys Castle. The Memlinc is typical of a large repeating pattern designed for upholstery: the oval is perfectly suited in scale to compliment the back of a chair, with a central motif flowering in the centre in golden woven Indian silk. 

Woven to order.

Minimum order eight metres.

Composition

  

 

 

83% Cotton, 17% Silk

Campari Fawn: 52% Silk, 48% Cotton

China Blue Fawn: Trevira CS

 

Roll Width

 

136 cm / 53.5 ins

 

Pattern Match Width

 

124 cm / 48.8 ins

 

Repeat

 

98cm / 38.6 ins

 

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