In the workshop at André Dumont, we have drawn upon this expertise which I have appreciated since my early beginnings in interior design. The quality is extremely refined and every seamstress exercises a perfect mastery of the art. These artists sew with patience, concentration and deliberate craftsmanship.
Its charming scenic design of English country life is freshly interpreted in new colorations for today’s interiors. It’s all over pattern and crisp linen ground makes it a great option for curtains, chair upholstery and decorative accents in great rooms, libraries and bedrooms.
This early twentieth century hand block print was discovered in an English archive and has been reproduced using the original wood blocks, which were first cut and printed in July 1924.
The multicolored design is composed of 40 separate blocks and requires 80 blocks to complete one full meter of printing, and 1120 per table length. These artists sew with patience, concentration and deliberate craftsmanship.