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A joint panel of peach silk damask edged and divided by silver lace braid--42 x 55in. (105 x 138cm.), backed; two arts and crafts joint printed panels--68 x 84in. (170 x 210cm.) and 100 x 72in. (250 x 180cm.); and a cover of ecru coarse linen, chain stitched in coloured wools with a pattern of climbing roses, with a knotted fringe--56in. (140cm.) square; and two panels of Diagonal Trail--36 x 43in. (90 x 108cm.) each, circa 1893, lined (6)

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A joint panel of peach silk damask edged and divided by silver lace braid--42 x 55in. (105 x 138cm.), backed; two arts and crafts joint printed panels--68 x 84in. (170 x 210cm.) and 100 x 72in. (250 x 180cm.); and a cover of ecru coarse linen, chain stitched in coloured wools with a pattern of climbing roses, with a knotted fringe--56in. (140cm.) square; and two panels of Diagonal Trail--36 x 43in. (90 x 108cm.) each, circa 1893, lined (6)

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Diagonal Trail woven woolen fabric was designed by Dearle c.1893. Hand-loom jacquard woven Merton Abbey. Repeat:18 1/4 x 16 1/2in.(46.5 x 42 cm.) Width: 54in. (137cm.) Pattern:1192, in two colourways. Used on the walls of the great parlour at Wightwick Manor, part of the new extensions, circa 1893

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