Van Der Weyden

Van Der Weyden

Van Der Weyden

c.1875 One of the earliest designs registered for Watts by the architect Thomas Garner, this pattern is derived from the painting "Madonna and Child" by Crivelli, now hanging in the National Gallery, London. The geometric floral design is as magnificent as ever, woven in stripes of gold and luscious scarlet silk.
 

Woven to order - Minimum order 8 metres

  • Colour Red Gold
  • Code F0027-01
  • Width 122cm / 48.25"
  • Repeat 53cm / 48.25"
  • Pattern Damask, Geometric
  • Content 51% Silk 49% Cotton

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