Java Fabric Muted Silver 31646/02 by James Hare is a textural fabric based on the bark of the Banyan Tree, found all over Java. A jacquard that looks like an embroidery with a Martindale Rub of 29,000. Its raised relief emulates natural organic undulations, reflective of the bark and creates a subtle contrast of colour and pattern, making Java fabric a distinctive semi-plain addition. A polyester cotton mix suitable for fashion, drapery, upholstery and wallcoverings.
Part of the Voyager Silk Fabric Collection, a Jacquard and Embroidery collection for full room decorating. Key accent tones of pinks, blues and gold repeat in several scales across drapery and upholstery weights giving an effective yet simple, way of creating a complete interior scheme.
Inspired by the diaries of female Victorian travellers, who criss-crossed the world in a corset! They recorded their adventures through painting, drawing and photography incorporating the colours and textures of plants, patterns and vistas from destinations including Siam, Ceylon and Java. At the same time in England in 1865, James Hare was founding his textile company.
Kashmiri and Persia collections coordinate beautifully with this stunning collection of fabrics as well as Regal Silk Dupion.
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