Byrne Belgravia Silk Satin
Byrne was inspired by an altar piece found in the Academia Gallery in Florence. It was commissioned by the 'Lords of Money'. The design of this Liberty print illustrates how the 'Arts and Crafts' movement used this period of design history for inspiration and how flora and fauna has been popular within all periods of dress.
Pricing: All fabrics are priced per metre length
Please note: All fabric orders are non-refundable
The Fifteenth Century: oils, frescos and illumination -Rich silks, linen and wool were the basic materials used for dress manufacture at this time. Plain dyed fabrics were popular, but during this period designers excelled in the use of all over patterns using stylised flowers, vines and geometric motifs. Larger all-over patterns were brocaded. Designs were inspired by garments in oil paintings, frescos and illuminated manuscripts from this era.
Fabric Type: Belgravia silk satin
Composition: 100% Silk
Roll Width (finished/usable): 1.39m/1.36m
Care: Dry clean only