A glorious épinglé cut velvet, epitomising the decadence of the Art Deco era. A faithful interpretation of a 1930s French weave archive document, this sumptuous upholstery fabric is named after Gordon Conway, a fashion artist and Vanity Fair illustrator whose designs captured the mood of the jazz age.
Width: 137 cm
Weight: 924 gsm
Horizontal pattern repeat: 34.50 cm
Vertical pattern repeat: 38 cm
Pattern match: Straight match
Contract usage: Upholstery, curtains, blinds and cushions.
Domestic usage: Upholstery, curtains, cushions
Composition: 77% Viscose 12% Modal Acrylic 6% Polyester 5% Cotton
Made in Belgium
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