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Cushions & Throws

 

Explore a collection of cushions and throws reflecting textiles from the past 600 years, from rich woven tapestry to fresh printed cotton, jacquard patterns to embellished designs. Medieval 'mille fleurs' tapestries, meaning literally a thousand flowers, emerged in the 15th century, a testament to the weaver's art. These intricate backgrounds were populated with flowers and animals, often holding allegorical meaning. The Lady and the Unicorn series held in the Musee national du Moyen Age in Paris are some of the finest examples. William Morris drew inspiration from such medieval textiles in the late 19th century, melding elements with his own passion for nature and Persian art. A founding member of the Arts and Crafts movement, Morris created enduring patterns for a wide range of textiles, many of which can be seen in the Victoria and Albert museum.

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