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A beautiful mid-scale floral pattern based on a French 18th century block print. The stylised flowers look rather like poppies and chrysanthemums set within a ribbon structure. The background is a mass of tiny dots – a technique called ‘pointillage’, created when the block was carved to leave a series of raised dots, which explains the irregularity in their scale and placement – the original marks of the block printer and the happy mistakes and over-prints with only a little tidying, remain as the original.
Kirkcaldy is a pure Scottish linen that offers a different ground colour to that of other Abberley colourways in the collection.
Design code: ABB03
Fabric composition: 100% Kirkcaldy Linen (280g)
Printed width: 138cm
Vertical repeat: 62.5cm
Horizontal repeat: 67.9cm
Fabric care: We recommend dry cleaning.
Please note that stated widths and repeats are approximate.
We are happy to provide sample swatches – for more information or to order, please click on swatch request.
We make every effort to ensure that our photography is a close representation of the original product. Please note however, that the colour and scale may vary slightly from the originals.