c.1850 Discovered in the Drawing Room at Stokesay Court (the magnificent late-Victorian mansion where Atonement was filmed), this is a classic late 19th century fabric design by Augustus Pugin (who famously designed the furnishings for the interior of Westminster Palace). It was originally a cut velvet and now woven in cotton and silk, the deep grey-teal figuring is bordered in gold on the lustrous bordeaux ground as if it has been embroidered. Floral with swirling flourishes, Allcroft is wonderful for upholstery.
Woven to order - Minimum order 8 metres
ColourNew Red Algae
Width136cm / 53.75"
Repeat40cm / 15.75"
Content85% Cotton 15% Silk