c.1850 Taken from the wallpaper in a master bedroom at Stokesay Court, (the magnificent late-Victorian mansion where Atonement was filmed), this Pugin-esque design is very elegant. Named Magnus after the family of Stokesay Court, this is woven in the same luxurious velvet as the Cissy in pale moss green and silvery purple, modernizing the 19th century design of open flowers and stylized circling foliage.
1) As this is cut pile velvet with a natural linen ground and due to the weaving process there may be occasional variations in the depth of the pile of the velvet.
2) The linen ground may contain natural slubs and irregularities which are a normal part of the characteristics of this fibre. This is not a defect.