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‘Great Houses of Ireland Collection’
of any of our
Great Houses of Ireland
Any of our patterns may be custom coloured to the client's specifications. We
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1O HENRIETTA STREET (18thC)
This blue flock paper was one of a number of early to mid-
eighteenth century papers found during the restoration of
Number Henrietta Street, Dublin.
This blue flock paper was one
of a number of early to mid-
eighteenth century papers
found during the restoration of
Number Henrietta Street,
Pattern match: Side match
Repeat: 3.5 cm
Width: 52 cm
PHOENIX TOILE (Ca. 2006)
Our own adaptation, based on an Irish linen printed in 1783
by Edward Clarke of Palmerstown, Dublin, depicting a military
revue in the Phoenix Park. Sightseers and picnickers in
eighteenth-century dress stroll among the trees and deer herd.
GANDON (18 C.)
Typical of the large-scale flock papers used in
eighteenth-century drawing rooms. The unusually long
pattern repeat of 191 cm lends this pattern a particular grandeur.
LAKEFIELD (18 C.)
Discovered in a house in County Offaly, this densely patterned
Victorian damask can be used to create an opulent or a subtle
effect, according to the colourway chosen.
From the dining room of Dromore Castle, a gothic revival
house on the shores of the Kenmare River, County Kerry,
designed by Thomas Deane in the 1830's. The original paper
is block-printed in gold on a rich crimson ground.
TULIP (Ca. 1999)
Our own adaptation of a
design by William Morris. A
combining tulip, acanthus
and rose motifs.
Our own adaptation.
KILDARE STAR (Ca. 1998)
ARBORETUM (19th C.)
A large damask pattern.