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Trumpet Flowers Printed Fabric

£84.99 per metre

A lively tropical fabric featuring the Brugmansia shrub, whose large, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers have earned it the name “Angel’s Trumpets”. Designed in 1913, by Stuart Proverbs who was Vice-President of the Society of Designers, the design marked a new direction at the end of the Arts and Crafts era, when exoticism and colour began to emerge. Shown in indigo and stone.

Width 137 cms
Pattern Repeat 72 cms
Composition 85% Viscose 15% linen
Care Dry clean only
Usage Suitable for curtains, soft furnishings and general domestic upholstery
Rub Test 50,000
Trumpet Flowers Printed Fabric A lively tropical fabric featuring the Brugmansia shrub, whose large, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers have earned it the name “Angel’s Trumpets”. Designed in 1913, by Stuart Proverbs who was Vice-President of the Society of Designers, the design marked a new direction at the end of the Arts and Crafts era, when exoticism and colour began to emerge. Shown in indigo and stone.
  • Trumpet Flowers Printed Fabric A lively tropical fabric featuring the Brugmansia shrub, whose large, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers have earned it the name “Angel’s Trumpets”. Designed in 1913, by Stuart Proverbs who was Vice-President of the Society of Designers, the design marked a new direction at the end of the Arts and Crafts era, when exoticism and colour began to emerge. Shown in indigo and stone.
  • Trumpet Flowers Printed Fabric A lively tropical fabric featuring the Brugmansia shrub, whose large, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers have earned it the name “Angel’s Trumpets”. Designed in 1913, by Stuart Proverbs who was Vice-President of the Society of Designers, the design marked a new direction at the end of the Arts and Crafts era, when exoticism and colour began to emerge. Shown in indigo and stone.
  • Trumpet Flowers Printed Fabric A lively tropical fabric featuring the Brugmansia shrub, whose large, fragrant, trumpet-shaped flowers have earned it the name “Angel’s Trumpets”. Designed in 1913, by Stuart Proverbs who was Vice-President of the Society of Designers, the design marked a new direction at the end of the Arts and Crafts era, when exoticism and colour began to emerge. Shown in indigo and stone.

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