Delightfully decorated with a seasonal motif based on a late Victorian embroidery design.90% polyester 10% linen.56½" x 16".Machine washable.
Pretty woven tapestry cushion decorated with cheery daffodils inspired by a plate from F.W. Burbidge"s "The Narcissus: its history and culture" published 1875.Cotton / viscose mix plain oatmeal cotton back with feather pad.14" x 19.Dry...
Handpainted lamp with a design inspired by Daisy the first wallpaper designed by William Morris (183496).Ceramic base with cotton shade.18¼" tall x 12" wide. 63" cord.Requires bayonet bulb 60W max.
Exquisite handdecorated vase capturing the shimmering tones of the ocean inspired by the work of leading stoneware designer PierreAdrien Dalpayrat (18441910).Earthenware. 5 1/8" tall.Cast by hand in England.
Cushion reflecting the use of Kashmiri textiles in Victorian interiors during the late 19th century.Silk/wool mix embroidery on cotton with plain cream cotton reverse.20" square feather fill.Removable cushion dry clean only.
Clear glass delicately embellished with a golden design inspired by 16thcentury Italian silk brocade.Bowl 2¼" x 6¼".Hand wash only.
Clear glass delicately embellished with a golden design inspired by 16thcentury Italian silk brocade.Dessert plate 8½" wide.Hand wash only.
Clear glass delicately embellished with a golden design inspired by 16thcentury Italian silk brocade.Dessert plate 8½" wide.Bowl 2¼" x 6¼".Hand wash only.
Rich velvet cushion reproducing Cluster Damask Rose by Mary Delany (170088) currently held in the Museum.Polyester velvet feather fill.19¾" x 19½".Removable cover plain black backing.Dry clean only.
Heavy weight woven throw based on 19th century damask fabrics.67% Acrylic 33% Wool.60"x75" with tassels on 2 sides.Dry clean only.Made in Scotland exclusively for Museum Selection.
RijksmuseumA striking and unusual flower brick vase reproducing an original piece in the Museum"s collection attributed to Adrianus Kocx from the De Grieksche A factory in Delft and dating from 16901700. This is a replica which was commissioned...