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One of Morris earliest wallpaper designs Fruit previously known as Pomegranate was first produced in 1864. Similar motifs of fruit and leaves were used on the walls of the Green Dining Room in the South Kensington Museum later the Victoria and Albert Museum which Morris & Co. were commissioned to decorate in 1866. Reproduced in some original colourways Fruit has also been updated with the use of modern mica printing inks to create a metallic finish.
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|Colour||Limestone / Artichoke|
|Vertical Pattern Repeat||54.0cm (21.3")|
|Pattern Match||Straight Match|
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|FR Wallpaper||Meets EN15102 Class B-s1, d0 (Inherent)|
|FR Inherent||Meets EN15102 Class B-s1, d0 (Inherent)
Inherent ASTM E84
|Print Method||Surface- Printed Wallpaper|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom|
William Morris believed that everybody has the right to a beautiful house. As custodians of the incredible Morris & Co. archive, we continue to fulfil his legacy by curating beautifully crafted products inspired by his original designs.