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Osborne and Little present Garnier Fabrics - Charles Garnier, architect of the opulent mid 19th century Paris Opera, lends his name to this collection of épinglé, chenille and velvet with an architectural theme.

A palette of essential upholstery colours such as ivory, grey, silver and stone is enlivened with jade, orange, cobalt, yellow and geranium.

£102.00
Charles Garnier, architect of the opulent mid 19th century Paris Opera, lends his name to this collection of épinglé, chenille and velvet with an architectural theme. A palette of essential upholstery colours such as ivory, grey, silver and stone is enlivened with jade, orange, cobalt, yellow and geranium. Available in...
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£102.00
Charles Garnier, architect of the opulent mid 19th century Paris Opera, lends his name to this collection of épinglé, chenille and velvet with an architectural theme. A palette of essential upholstery colours such as ivory, grey, silver and stone is enlivened with jade, orange, cobalt, yellow and geranium. Available in...
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£102.00
Charles Garnier, architect of the opulent mid 19th century Paris Opera, lends his name to this collection of épinglé, chenille and velvet with an architectural theme. A palette of essential upholstery colours such as ivory, grey, silver and stone is enlivened with jade, orange, cobalt, yellow and geranium. Available in...
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£102.00
Charles Garnier, architect of the opulent mid 19th century Paris Opera, lends his name to this collection of épinglé, chenille and velvet with an architectural theme. A palette of essential upholstery colours such as ivory, grey, silver and stone is enlivened with jade, orange, cobalt, yellow and geranium. Available in...
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£102.00
A small-scale hexagonal épinglé. Claude Nicolas Ledoux was one of the earliest exponents of French neo-classic architecture. Available in 9 colourways.
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£81.00
A plain textural chenille flecked with contrasting highlights. Claude Perrault was best known as the architect of the east wing of the Louvre. Available in 5 colourways.
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£81.00
A plain textural chenille flecked with contrasting highlights. Claude Perrault was best known as the architect of the east wing of the Louvre. Available in 5 colourways.
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£81.00
A plain textural chenille flecked with contrasting highlights. Claude Perrault was best known as the architect of the east wing of the Louvre. Available in 5 colourways.
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£81.00
A plain textural chenille flecked with contrasting highlights. Claude Perrault was best known as the architect of the east wing of the Louvre. Available in 5 colourways.
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£81.00
A plain textural chenille flecked with contrasting highlights. Claude Perrault was best known as the architect of the east wing of the Louvre. Available in 5 colourways.
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£102.00
A mid-scale diamond trellis is depicted in épinglé against a contrasting ground. Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann was a renowned designer of furniture and interiors in the Art Deco style. Available in 4 colourways.
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£102.00
A mid-scale diamond trellis is depicted in épinglé against a contrasting ground. Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann was a renowned designer of furniture and interiors in the Art Deco style. Available in 4 colourways.
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£102.00
A mid-scale diamond trellis is depicted in épinglé against a contrasting ground. Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann was a renowned designer of furniture and interiors in the Art Deco style. Available in 4 colourways.
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£102.00
A mid-scale diamond trellis is depicted in épinglé against a contrasting ground. Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann was a renowned designer of furniture and interiors in the Art Deco style. Available in 4 colourways.
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£102.00
Contrasting coloured squares set within a rectangular trellis of épinglé. Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe was architect at the court of Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg. Available in 6 colourways.
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£102.00
Contrasting coloured squares set within a rectangular trellis of épinglé. Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe was architect at the court of Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg. Available in 6 colourways.
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£102.00
Contrasting coloured squares set within a rectangular trellis of épinglé. Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe was architect at the court of Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg. Available in 6 colourways.
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£102.00
Contrasting coloured squares set within a rectangular trellis of épinglé. Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe was architect at the court of Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg. Available in 6 colourways.
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£102.00
Contrasting coloured squares set within a rectangular trellis of épinglé. Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe was architect at the court of Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg. Available in 6 colourways.
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£102.00
Contrasting coloured squares set within a rectangular trellis of épinglé. Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe was architect at the court of Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg. Available in 6 colourways.
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£102.00
Contrasting coloured squares set within a rectangular trellis of épinglé. Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe was architect at the court of Catherine the Great in St. Petersburg. Available in 6 colourways.
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