Kosa Pan

When Siamese diplomats headed by a Thai named Kosa Pan visited the court of Louis the XIV at Versailles the impression they made was stellar. The French were so enthralled with the amazing textiles worn by the Thai diplomats that that they began to imitate the rich silk brocades calling them “Siamoise”. This Jim Thompson print named in honor of the diplomat, shows a procession of Thai nobles elegantly dressed in rich brocades and woven silks. The decorative effect of this highly detailed print will enthrall modern viewers as much as Kosa Pan impressed the French.

Design Content
100% Linen
Design Width
137cm , 54"
Type of Repeat
Horizontal 44cm , 17 3/8" - Vertical 118.60cm , 46 5/8"
Design Care
DO NOT WASH IRON AT MEDIUM TEMPERATURE DO NOT USE CHLORINE-BASED BLEACH DRY CLEANING IS RECOMMENDED
Usage
Curtains, Light Upholstery
ESPRESSO / JT013379001 (3379/01)