This linen-blend upholstery fabric was inspired by a carpet hand-woven at Merton Abbey and exhibited by Morris & Co. at the 1893 Arts and Crafts Society exhibition. The original design probably came from the enormous Persian original hung by Morris in his dining room at Kelmscott House and is now produced in versatile, restful colourways and a wallpaper of the same name.
Please note this fabric is 139cm wide with the border (as shown in the image) and 103cm wide without the border.
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|Composition||85% Viscose 15% Linen|
|Vertical Pattern Repeat||103.0cm (40.6")|
|Horizontal Pattern Repeat||139.0cm (54.7")|
|Pattern Match||Straight Match|
|Collection||Archive IV - The Collector Fabrics||
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|FR Treatable||Treatable to BS5852 (1) Match
Treatable to BS5867 P2TB
|Martindale Rub Test||20000|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
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