MAYBE SPITALFIELDS By Dedar
A lampas characterised by the arrangement of diamond stitching, which, as early as the late Seventeenth Century, defined the rich decorative fabrics; the delicate lace decoration which encircles a flower, berry and tropical fruit centerpiece, a trace of which remains, dates back to the subsequent century. The textile documentation from which it draws inspiration is attributed to historians in Spitalfields, a London suburb, which, from the Seventeenth to Eighteenth Century boasted thriving textile production, producing items for the Court and English aristocracy. A twist of eclectic more common or more exotic visual patterns which recall ancient times, which come together to tell a whole new story. Available in three colours, it is a textile which can be used for curtains or for decorative elements. Sold by repeat. It is advisable to use a delicates laundry bag when washing.