upholstery fabric / floral pattern
TANGLEY MORRIS & Co.

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    upholstery

  • Motif:

    floral pattern

Description

Tangley a cotton chintz dating back to 1837 was produced by Bannister Hall on behalf of William Morris in 1868 and furnished Queen Victorias private rooms at Windsor Castle. Soon after Morris was printing his own designs but Tangley would still have been used mixed with Morris patterns in interiors and could still be used in this way today. Now printed on linen Tangley appears to capture the block printed texture of the original and depicts a beautiful flowering peony tree.