An early block print design, the original paper once adorned the walls of a ground floor room, most probably
a dining room, in a historic house in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
Its simple graphic elements are typical of a design that would have been cut from wood and applied by hand with the assistance of a suspended block press.
Although the application of several print colours required the dedication and accuracy of a master craftsman, wallpaper as decoration at this time was the preserve of the privileged few and, as such, expensive statement designs were in higher demand than cheaper alternatives.
Available in four colourways.
|Collection:||Archive Trails II|
|Application:||Paste the wall|