Within the Richmond Hill print collection, modern engraving and print techniques (including digital printing which is used to produce two of the designs) allow a delicacy of tone, texture and detail previously not possible. These techniques have been put to use in a subtle but effective way – a testament to the combined skills of designers, engravers, colourists and printers, who together brought the collection to fruition.
Collection: Richmond Hill Fabrics
Product number: DRCH232092
Fabric type: Embroideries
Width (cm): 136
Vertical pattern repeat (cm): 77
Horizontal pattern repeat (cm): 63
Composition: 80% Linen 20% Viscose
End use: Curtains and soft furnishings
The Iranian city famed for carpet weaving lends its name to this stripe composed of ovals of the type of embroidery known as ‘couching’. (Kaslan Stripe shown on front cushion.)
Composition: 80% Linen; 20% Viscose
Design repeat: 2.5cm
Design Width: 134cm
An elegant floral embroidery of spirals of trailing flowers, based on paintings by Princess Elizabeth under the tutelage of Mary Moser.
Collection: The Royal Collection – Elizabeth
Width: 140cm (approx)
Vertical Repeat: 59cm (approx)
Pattern Match: Straight
Horizontal Repeat: 12cm (approx)
Composition: 67% Cotton; 33% Silk (100% Viscose Embroidery)
The glamour and mystery of ancient Persia is evoked in this collection of embroidered linens, crisp printed cotton and woven silks. Colourways from the contemporary Osborne & Little palette include mustard, turquoise, fuchsia, coral, tomato, lavender and lime combined with cooler tones of grey, silver and taupe. These patterns have direct companions in PERSIAN GARDEN WALLPAPERS.