Of Persian origin, a symbol of life and eternity and often thought to derive from a cedar tree, paisleys, named after the town in West Scotland where they were heavily produced have always represented luxury. The paisleys within the Blendworth archive are both classical and psychedelic. Frederick was first drawn as individual tulips whose petals were filled with paisley detail before being embedded into paisley shapes, then hand drawn and painted in repeat.
56% Cotton 44% Viscose
Suitable for curtains and upholstery £40,000 rub test
133cm wide, 61cm pattern repeat
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