Historical brocade 160 51056 little ivy black

R5220/19 black warp - black/silver

 

Delivery to:
27.7.2024
In stock (20.3 m)
Code: M0000504
61 € / m 61 € / 1 m
Category: Historical
Color: silver
Warp color: black
Historical period: 12th century, 13th century, 14th century, Medieval, Gothic
Material composition: cotton/viscose/metal fiber
Motive/pattern: floral, shamrock
Localization: Ireland
Producer: HEDVA ÈESKÝ BROKÁT
weight: 261 g/m2
width: 160 cm
Material composition: 49% cotton/19% acetate/32% lurex

Shamrock - is one of the national symbols of Ireland. It takes the form of a green clover with three leaves and is associated with Saint Patrick. According to legend, Saint Patrick used the three leaves growing from a common stem as a representation of the Holy Trinity during his evangelization of Ireland. In the legend, he explained the concept of the Holy Trinity to the Irish pagans using the three leaves, where each leaf represents the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the single stem symbolizes their shared essence.

 

Brocade was a historical term typically used to describe a fabric, usually silk, with a distinct jacquard pattern. Patterns were woven with threads containing expensive metallic fibers, such as silver or gold. However, the term "brocade" later began to be used for any fabric with a rich pattern. The technique for producing brocades originated in the Middle East. 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.

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