Woodpecker Mini Tapestry Cushion
Product Code: 65765
Order by 3pm for next day deliveryexc. Bank Holidays & Weekends
International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
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This tapestry cushion design was originally produced by William Morris (1836-1896), the famous British artist and designer. It was woven circa 1885 on a high-warp loom, at Merton Abbey, Surrey. William Morris became well-known for his designs in the decorative arts and in development of various crafts, particularly tapestry-weaving. Favouring Medievalism and using the painstaking methods of the craftsman, he adapted the arts of the Middle Ages for the 'modern world' at the end of the 19th Century.
- William Morris design tapestry cushion
- 80% cotton, 16% viscose, 4% polyester
- Dry clean only
Size: 20cm x 20cm
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Standard Delivery £4.99: Applies to UK standard delivery rate only.
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- Australia and New Zealand £18.99
- R.O.W.2-6 £18.99
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