Look carefully at this seemingly abstract combination of classic patterns and you will see that each one is contained within a silhouette of its country of origin.
A troop of colourful horses and riders from India canter across this charming fabric. The “antiqued” quality of the original artwork combines perfectly with the pure linen ground.
Inspired by antique fabric hangings which can combine two totally different disparate textiles. DRAGON AND PEONY mixes a very large peony motif with a wide dragon border.
Overlapping, simplified ogee motifs in a large scale make for a dramatic curtain or upholstery. Printed on a beautiful, heavy linen the colours in this design sparkle and are reminiscent of stained glass.
A small/medium scale hand print on pure linen, POPPY FIELD looks sharp as a single decorative element in a room, but also combines well with smaller and larger prints for a layered look.
The wonderful combination of stitches and yarns of this embroidered linen gives a three dimensional effect as some elements catch the light in contrast to the heavier, main body of embroidery.
Named for a style of geometric rug motif, this embroidery shows glossy, jewel-like motifs against a natural linen ground.
Inspired by traditional carpets of the Caucasus, TURKOMAN is an exciting mix of crewel style embroidery with hand block printed motifs.
A multicoloured decorative woven fabric inspired by a flame stitch - a motif found across the world.