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One of the largest and best-preserved patterns in the English Heritage archive, this design features a 39” (99cm) repeat and an unusual 31.5” (80cm) width, so each drop is substantially wider than the standard 20.5” (52cm) wallpaper roll.

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One of the largest and best-preserved patterns in the English Heritage archive, this design features a 39” (99cm) repeat and an unusual 31.5” (80cm) width, so each drop is substantially wider than the standard 20.5” (52cm) wallpaper roll.


Found in the rear bedroom of a home built for ‘minor nobility’, the surviving example had originally been papered on boards, with additional flowers added retrospectively by hand to mask the joins in the paper.

One of the largest and best-preserved patterns in the English Heritage archive, this design features a 39” (99cm) repeat and an unusual 31.5” (80cm) width, so each drop is substantially wider than the standard 20.5” (52cm) wallpaper roll.


Found in the rear bedroom of a home built for ‘minor nobility’, the surviving example had originally been papered on boards, with additional flowers added retrospectively by hand to mask the joins in the paper.





























CollectionRevolution  Papars
Repeat
61cm/24ins


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








ApplicationPaste the Paper



One of the largest and best-preserved patterns in the English Heritage archive, this design features a 39” (99cm) repeat and an unusual 31.5” (80cm) width, so each drop is substantially wider than the standard 20.5” (52cm) wallpaper roll.

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