Blenheim – Today we think of Damask as a design reference, however it is actually a type of fabric. The word Damask first appeared in 14th century France and traditionally uses a variety of weave techniques, commonly with a satin face reflecting the desired imagery. Modern Damask patterns show scrolling motifs but early European damasks featured flowers, fruits and animals.
Blenheim is the only non-print in the collection, it is Jacquard machine woven in fine polyester, viscose and cotton yarn. This texture emulates what would originally have been a hand-woven, silk damask.
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