Venetian Damask in Tombacco
by Patrick Kinmonth
Inspired by the traditions of printed papers & woven silk damask in Venice.
Damask, named after the city of Damascus where it was made from the middle ages onward, takes shapes derived from nature and abstracted into patterns over hundreds of years, travelling from east to west along the silk road, bringing its exotic garden of idealised plant forms to the finest medieval interiors. Our Venetian Damask attempts to capture some of the subtle layers of poetry and history of a faded hanging on a palace wall, revealed by sunlight.
Printed in England on three linen grounds across a palette of six colours, each with an associated fine-art wallpaper.
*Available in light & heavy weight linen on request - minimum orders apply
2 full columns per width (Total 103cm)
- Style number
- Fabric content
- 100% Linen
- Fabric Width
- 140 CM 55 ″
- pattern Repeat
- 129 cm 51 ″