Glastonbury Brocade – Gold
Deeply symbolic design circa 1890; combining the Rose and the Crown of Thorns. The early Christians placed roses on the tombs of martyrs as a symbol of the Resurrection and the Crown of Thorns is symbolic of Atonement. The design owes its name to the ancient legend of the Glastonbury Thorn, said to have been planted by Joseph of Arimathea.
|Fibre composition||55% Cotton, 45% Viscose|
|Pattern repeat (approx)||7”/18cm|
Price is per metre
Watts & Co. Fabrics
Thanks to their distinctiveness and quality, our exclusive silks have been chosen for projects all over the world, on almost every continent.
In addition to our standard fabrics, we are able to offer custom-dyed fabrics in our range of house colours, or even offer a colour match service for larger projects. With our exclusive silks, we can also incorporate customised elements into the damask, be it a diocesan emblem, a coat of arms, or any other design element.
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