Morris Strawberry Thief Mini Tapestry Cushion
Product Code: 65766
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International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
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The Strawberry Thief Mini Tapestry Cushion design was originally produced by Morris & Co at Merton Abbey, Surrey, in 1883. The intricate design was created by William Morris, with the birds most likely being drawn by Philip Webb. It was inspired by a real-life problem - one which is familiar to many gardeners. In his garden at Kelmscott Manor, Morris tried to grow strawberries, but found that these were always being eaten by greedy thrushes who managed to creep under the netting.
- William Morris design tapestry cushion
- 80% cotton, 16% viscose, 4% polyester
- Cushion pad included
- Dry clean only
Size: 20cm x 20cm
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- Australia and New Zealand £18.99
- R.O.W.2-6 £18.99
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