Louis XVI damask fabric with floral pattern
The fabrics in this collection, Exception, are some of the most prestigious from our archives. Formerly woven on hand looms which we have often been requested to re-weave. The designs have been transposed from hand loom to mechanical loom to make them more accessible both in price and in production time. Thus making it more possible to propose them for prestigious projects without losing anything of their exclusive and authentic character. There will be a limited stock of these designs but the lead time will be 12 weeks maximum.
A lampas motif of a bouquet of tulips, roses ans asters, with ribbons and pearls on a sarin background, created in 1786 from a design by Desgfarges.This fabric was delivered in 1787 for the bedchamber of Louis XVI at the Palais de St Cloud, it was not sold during the 1789 revolution and was fater used for the chamber of Napoleon at the Palais des Tuileries until 1808. Fabric to be cut by the repeat only.