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HERALDIC BIRDS

 

This floriated design features mythical birds and has been reinterpreted into a furnishing fabric by Arley House. The pattern was originally created in the 1880s as a wallpaper by Lewis F. Day, shortly after he had helped found the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society and become the Artistic Director of Turnbull & Stockdale, a Lancashire textile-printing firm.

 

Fabric Composition – Leenane (97% Cotton/ 3% Linen)
Pattern Repeat – 22cm
Fabric width – 135cm

Charcoal 6
Charcoal 6
CW8
CW8
Gold 9
Gold 9

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