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Our Davenport fabric is a Cotton damask, used for one of our popular ranges of stock vestments. The pattern finds its beginnings with Watts in G. F. Bodley; but its origins are in Venice, from the time of the Doge, spreading throughout Italy. Its most famous use is as the hanging in Holbein’s The Ambassadors.
|Fibre composition||60% Cotton, 40% Viscose|
|Fabric width||55" / 140cm|
|Pattern repeat (approx)||17" / 43cm|
Price is per metre