INTRODUCING JACOBEAN TREES
TAKEN FROM 18TH CENTURY CREWEL WORK
Jacobean Trees, is a reworking of a pair of early 18th century crewel work panels. Featuring stags, leopards and birds amongst different species of trees, in green, blue and pink with red accents, the panels are thought to be a creative interpretation of the Tree of Life motif that was popular during the Jacobean era. The inclusion of the palm trees pays heed to the significant influence of Oriental designs of the early 18th Century.
To create a fabric encompassing all of the charming decorative elements, we scaled down the design, making it suitable for curtains or a bedcover.
The design is also available across 3 complementary cushions which are hand-embroidered replicas of scenes from the panels.