Liberty London Fabrics
Trailing Peonies Belgravia Silk Satin
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Confined to China before the opening of the Silk Road, this luxurious, highly prized fabric remains to this day to be a sought after commodity. Chinese brocades are laden with profound cultural identifications and traditions encompassing countless motifs and both real and mythical fruits and exotic Eastern flora as reflected within this distinct Liberty print. Often gold threads were incorporated into these fabrics which rapidly became popular and regarded as the noblest silk fabrics for emperors’ robes and lavish decorations for the imperial courts.
Pricing: All fabrics are priced per metre length
Please note: All fabric orders are non-refundable
For AW16, Liberty London Fabrics takes influences from both Eastern and Western cultures. Inspired by the culturally rich and visually stimulating cross-continental journey, The Silk Road chronicles the origins of trade and convergence of cultures through exhilarating colour palettes and striking prints.
Name: Trailing Peonies
Fabric Type: Belgravia Silk Satin
Composition: 100% Silk
Roll Width (finished/usable): 1.39m/1.36m
Weight: 68 g/sm, 95 g/lm
Care:Dry clean only
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Originating from near Tana Lake in the Sudan, Tana Lawn was brought to Britain in the 1920s by Liberty fabric buyer William Haynes Dorell. A revolutionary cotton with behaviours of silk, Tana Lawn’s ultra-fine construction provides a fluid hand-feel. A true icon, the cool, durable fabric continues to evolve with our cutting-edge technological refinements.