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      A classic interpretation of this pattern, so typical of French wallpaper panels produced by the manufacturer Réveillon from the late 1700s onwards.

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      Sku: PALGAL

      A classic interpretation of this pattern, so typical of French wallpaper panels produced by the manufacturer Réveillon from the late 1700s onwards.


      The design was block-printed in eighteen colours on a narrow 18.5” (47cm) width paper with a vertical repeat of 26.5” (67cm).


      The original design scale, style and surface treatment have all been maintained, embracing floral bouquets and garlands with drapery and arabesque decoration.

      A classic interpretation of this pattern, so typical of French wallpaper panels produced by the manufacturer Réveillon from the late 1700s onwards.


      The design was block-printed in eighteen colours on a narrow 18.5” (47cm) width paper with a vertical repeat of 26.5” (67cm).


      The original design scale, style and surface treatment have all been maintained, embracing floral bouquets and garlands with drapery and arabesque decoration.





























      CollectionRevolution Papers
      Repeat
      61cm/24ins


      Roll Length10.05m (11 yds)
      Roll Width52cm (20 1/2ins)
      WashabilitySpongeable
      MPNGalliard








      ApplicationPaste the Paper



      A classic interpretation of this pattern, so typical of French wallpaper panels produced by the manufacturer Réveillon from the late 1700s onwards.

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