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The designs have been transposed from hand loom to mechanical loom... We propose them for prestigious projects without losing anything of their exclusive and authentic character. There will be a limited stock but the lead time will be 12 weeks maximum.
Lampas on a canetille background with o design of hanging bouquets, ferns and peaels. The fabric was ordered from Camille Pernon in 1785 and was installed in the bedchamber of King Louis XVI at the Chateau de Compiègne. Under the Empire it was reused in the Salon Circulaire of the hunting lodge of the Etang de la Tour (Domaine de Rambouillet). Fabric to be cut by the repeat only.
A lampas on a canetille background created in 1785 by Camille Pernon for the bedchamber of King Louis XVI at the Chateau de Compiegne.
A lampas boder onn a canetille background.It was ordered for the summer furniture of the Queen Marie-Antoinette's bedchamberat at the Chateau de Versailles at the time of her marriage to the future Louis XVI in 1770. The border depicting roses and lilacs on its apple-green chequer background framed the panels and was used as a leading edge on the curtains, bedhangings and on furniture.
A lampas motif of a bouquet of tulips, roses ans asters, with ribbons and pearls on a sarin background, created in 1786 from a design by Desgfarges.This fabric was delivered in 1787 for the bedchamber of Louis XVI at the Palais de St Cloud, it was not sold during the 1789 revolution and was fater used for the chamber of Napoleon at the Palais des Tuileries until 1808. Fabric to be cut by the repeat only
A lampas border on a satin background, created in 1868 by Grand Freres from an old document.A composition of decorative flowers and foliage in the style of Louis XVI
A lampas border on a satin background taken from a design by Philippe de Lasalle between 1760 and 1765. This border was created for the drapery for Stanislas Leszczynski.
This fabric depicting a beautiful bouquet of roses and ferns in a oval wreath of gold foliage was created for the bedchamber of Louis XVI at the chateau de Versailles.Since 1985 this fabric has been rewoven as a brocart for the renovation of the bedchamber of King Louis XVI at the Chateau de Versailles.(Available also in Brocart quality 1680: MARLY BROCART) Fabric to be cut by the repeat only
Created in 2011 for the restoration of the stools and folding chairs in Louis XVI 's bedchamber at the Chateau de Versailles.The design depicts the floral garlands which are present on the Gros de Tours gold broche which was used on walling in the alcove and as curtains in the bedchamber.
A lampas on a taffeta background typical of the fird republic, in the style of Louis XVI, it was created during the ownership of Grand Freres in 1869 from a design by Pere Arthur Martin (design n° 2178 in the design book of Patron Grand Freres). Fabric to be cut by the repeat only
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