Pair of Late 19th Century Velveteen PanelsBy John Henry Dearle, read more.
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'Cherwell' pattern. Designed by John Henry Dearle for William Morris.
Two tall panels.
Dearle's 'Cherwell' Design, a pattern derived from 17th century velvets that Morris had introduced, is comprised of diagonal elements so they remain attractive when gathered or pulled back.
'Cherwell' was designed in 1887 as a wood block print on velveteen and when later applied in 1890 to wallpaper became known as 'Double Bough.'
H 236.5cm x W 60cm
H 93" x W 23½"
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