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A W N Pugin flock wallpaper

The Millinery Works

U28,29,31,33

 A W N Pugin A one repeat length of wallpaper designed by Augustus Pugin for the refurbishment of the New Palace of Westminster in 1848. Gothic Lily is a seven colour block print and has alternating horizontal bands of stylized lilies and twin roses, each framed by ogival bands of ivy stems, leaves and berries. As with nearly all of Pugin’s designs, national and religious motifs are used in Gothic Lily, the roses symbolize England and the lily symbolizes purity and the Virgin Mary hand printed from the original wooden blocks by Cole & Son in late C20th, newly framed in oak, 79cm  (31in) high, 61cm (24in) wide.

Other images are of:  A W N Pugin one repeat lengths of flock wallpaper designed by Pugin for The Palace of Westminster in 1848; hand printed and hand flocked from the original wooden blocks by Cole & Son in late C20th, newly framed in oak:

Burgundy colourway, 91.5cm  (36in) high, 65cm (25.5in) wide

Green colourway, 91.5cm  (36in) high, 65cm (25.5in) wide

Blue colourway, 166cm  (65.5in) high, 66cm (25.5in) wide



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