Peahen
Peahen
Peahen
Peahen
Peahen
Peahen

Peahen

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  • Faberge
  • Parchment
  • Langtry Rose

c.1550 Originally a 16th century jacquard tapestry, this was adapted as a printed cloth by Watts in the 1970s for ecclesiastical use in every season on the altar. Now in jewel-like colours laced with gold on a thickly woven natural linen ground, the beautifully painted birds cavort in garnet green, ruby red and lapis blue. It is also available in a luxurious weave as the Tisserin.

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