Historical brocade 152 50749 Harp yellow

A harp is one of the eldest instruments. These instruments appeared in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Celts took harps with them to the north.
The winners of the sports competition and other different competitions got wreath made of laurel. The laurel wreath was also awarded to Greek and Roman poets.
The brocade with harp and laurel pattern has been used as a wallpaper in Bedřich Smetana's birthplace in Litomyšl. You can see this brocade on walls and furniture in Estates Theater.

R6277/11 yellow warp

Delivery to:
4.2.2023
In stock (5.2 m)
Code: M0000235
58,50 € / m 58,50 € / 1 m
Category: Brocades
Color: yellow
Warp color: yellow
Historical period: Classicism, 19th century
? Material composition: cotton/viscose
Motive/pattern: musical
Manufacturer: HEDVA ČESKÝ BROKÁT, s.r.o.
weight: 234 g/m2
width: 152 cm
Material composition: 55% cotton/45% viscose

We produce original brocades with jacquard patterns which are impossible to imitate. Our brocades can be used as decorative fabrics in the historic interiors of; castles, chateaus, museums, theaters and many others places.

The brocades can be also used as a wallpaper and upholstery, especially for historical furniture. The fabrics are also suitable for costumes and replicas of historical clothing.

Another category of brocades are ecclesiastical brocades with ecclesiastical patterns. The ecclesiastical brocades are used for producing ecclesiastical clothing. You can choose from a variety of materials such as viscose, acetate or metal yarns.

All our fabrics are high quality product. We manufacture all our brocades in our company HEDVA ČESKÝ BROKÁT s.r.o factory in Rýmařov, Czech Republic. We ship all over the world. We have our own design studio, so we are able to design brocades according to your ideas.

Care symbol:

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