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A fabric design which combines two cultures; that of the Mughal patterns of the 17th century and the early shawl patterns which were woven in Norwich in the late 18th century. Its floral trellis is surrounded by a boteh of a passionflower centre. The passionflower was first introduced into Europe in 1620 in the Farmese gardens in Rome, its discovery was made in South America by Jesuit Priests who were beguiled by its beauty. Printed in five beautiful colourways.

Fabric Type: Linen Mix
Usage: Curtains & blinds, upholstery and soft furnishings
Fabric to be upholstered onto furniture in The U.K. must be Flame retardant. Please email [email protected] or call 0330 055 2995 for further information or help with FR treatment.
Composition: 67% Viscose, 33% Linen
Usable width (cm): 137
Minimum order 1 metre - Sold in 10 centimetre increments
Vertical pattern repeat (cm): 10.7
Horizontal pattern repeat (cm): 8.5
Pattern match: Straight
Upholstery grade: 20000 rubs. Suitable for general use
Care instructions: Dry clean only

Colours on screen may vary from the actual fabric - we recommend ordering a sample.
Fabric is cut specially to your size and is therefore non-returnable.

UK Mainland:
Delivery 2-4 working days by courier
Free delivery on orders of £250 or more
For Fabric orders under £250, the delivery charge is £9.95

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