English Heritage St John Street Trellis Vintage Rose
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This small scale trellis patterned wallpaper embodies simplicity and sophistication. Traditionally surface printed, the stamped effect floral motifs are delicately framed by a trellis form. In eight colourways covering the versatile palette used across the collections. Coordinating fabric also available. Thought to date between 1760 and 1820 this wallpaper fragment was found at no.80 St John Street - a very ancient and important route from the City of London towards Islington and to the North of England. The area in Clerkenwell at the time was not a particularly fashionable place to live and tended to be inhabited by tradesmen with their work often carried out in the ground floor or back yard of the house. No.80 St John Street is likely to have been built in the 1750's and was in continuous occupation until 1821 by two distillers who both lived and worked on the premises. The Designers Guild studio team created new original artwork which was hand stamped to retain as much of the spirit of the original. (Wallpaper - Width: 52cm, Vertical Pattern Repeat: 52cm, 65.00 per roll)
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