Comper Cathedral

Comper Cathedral

Comper Cathedral

c.1890 One of three designs now in the Watts? archives commissioned from Sir John Ninian Comper by M. Perkins & Sons, the well-known late 19th century weaver of church furnishings, Comper Cathedral is a skillful silk damask of stylized British flowers and foliage with a pine cone at its centre: a symbol of regeneration and enlightenment. Woven on natural oyster ground, this heritage design is glorious in blood orange on off-white silk and cotton. Woven to order. Minimum order ? 10 metres
  • Colour New-Red-Ivory
  • Code F0084-03
  • Width 124cm / 49"
  • Repeat 104cm / 49"
  • Pattern Damask
  • Content 100%Silk