Eagle House Damask - Woad
English Heritage Eagle House Damask Woad
English Heritage Eagle House Damask Woad
English Heritage Eagle House Damask Woad
Eagle House Damask - Woad
English Heritage Eagle House Damask Woad
English Heritage Eagle House Damask Woad
English Heritage Eagle House Damask Woad
Designers Guild

English Heritage Eagle House Damask Woad

FEH0002/03

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A stunning floral trellis with bold block printed style flowers intertwined with intricately detailed flowers. Traditionally rotary printed on pure cotton and available in four harmonious colourways suitable for curtains, cushions blinds as well as upholstery.Fragments of the original block printed wallpaper had been overlaid with decoupage flowers which the team at Designers Guild retained when re-working the design. This additional layer created another dimension to the pattern of the original wallpaper which was found in Eagle House - a Jacobean manor in the Wimbledon area of London. Built between 1613 and 1617 for Robert Bell who co-founded the East India Company. The paper is thought to have been put up by Sir Richard Ivatt, a City Alderman who acquired the property in 1700 - various fragments of the wallpaper were removed by English Heritage in the late 1980's and are now carefully kept at their archive based in Wrest Park Bedfordshire. (Fabric - Width: 137cm, Horizontal Pattern Repeat: 68.5cm, Vertical Pattern Repeat: 64cm75.00 per metre)

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After Treatments:

Sheen Upholstery Ltd strongly advises against the use of any further chemical treatment. Such treatments may adversely affect the wearing qualities and general performance of the fabric. We regret therefore, we are unable to accept responsibility for any fabrics treated by a third party in this way other than in its original manufacturing process.