Acanthus Tapestry Fabric designed by William Morris. This much-loved design from 1875 marked the beginning of a period in which Morris created large-scale designs for wallpaper. One of his most iconic patterns, it was the very first wallpaper released by Morris & Co. and now produced as a fabric and tapestry weave. With complex layering and vigorous curves, the scrolling acanthus foliage produces a three-dimensional effect and is available in diverse colourways. 90% Cotton 10% Nylon. 42,000 Rub Test.
Usage: Upholstery, Cushions, Curtains, Blinds.
Vertical Pattern Repeat 85cm. Horizontal Pattern repeat 66cm. Straight Match. Width 138cm.
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