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Brocade of Saint Lambert, silk blend, crimson, seconds

Product code 103 02-0067

Reproduction of early medieval historical fabric from the turn of the 7th to 8th centuries in a Jacquard weave in natural silk and rayon. Colored pattern on red background. Perfect for historical costuming as well as modern interiors and contemporary fashions.

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Basic parameters
Width: 74 cm
Color: crimson
Content: 50% silk, 50% rayon
Weight (gsm): 188 gsm
Weight (mm): 43 mm
Drape: slightly stiff
Period: 7th–8th centuries
Pattern size: 19 cm
Pattern size (vertical): 25 cm
Availability: limited edition
Care:
Minimum order: 0.2 m
Defect type: weave defect
Bulk discount
1 - 9 m
49.50 $ / m
10 - 19 m
-5%
47.03 $ / m
20 and more
-10%
44.55 $ / m

in stock 69.4 m

55.00 $/m

49.50 $/m

49.50 $/m without VAT

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Product description

Product description

Origin & Pattern

This oriental brocade reproduction was created based on a surviving textile sample dating from the late seventh to early eighth century. The original fabric came from the Bukhara region in what is now Uzbekistan, once the place of ancient civilization Sogdiana. This was once a major stop on the Silk Road where weavers mixed Persian influences with their own original, sophisticated patterns.

The intricate geometrical design is made up of rows of large medallions separated by crosses of stylized leaves and flower buds. In the center of each medallion is a rosette surrounded by highly stylized floral and geometrical motifs. The delicate central pattern and ornate border framing the medallion form a visually harmonic and balanced design.

The original pattern can be seen on the funereal shroud of Saint Lambert at Saint Paul’s Cathedral in the Belgian city of Liege.

The pattern repeats every 18.75 cm (7.4 inches), four times across the 75 cm (29.5 inches) wide bolt.

Fabric

This historical brocade reproduction is a Jacquard weave with a pure silk warp and rayon weft. The use of premium materials makes this brocade very sturdy, yet soft, gentle to the touch, and breathable.

Application

Reproductions of period brocades such as this are perfect for sewing historical costumes and also bring something special to modern interiors or contemporary fashions.

We recommend lining this brocade with a natural material such as silk or fine linen.

Care

We recommend dry cleaning this fabric at a reliable dry cleaner. Laundering softens it and changes its appearance – it shrinks and crinkles. Take care when ironing, press on the back side at a low temperature (silk).

FAQ

Do your historical reproductions ever repeat?

Rarely! We produce reproductions of historical fabrics as limited editions. We want to guarantee a certain authenticity to all owners of historical costumes and decorations. We recommend that you buy these fabrics while they are in stock, as this is the only way to secure them for your project aside from custom ordering.

What is a limited edition?

Limited editions are fabrics of exceptional quality or patterns that have been designed and produced exclusively under the Sartor brand. As a rule, they do not repeat and are therefore only available while supplies last. Don't miss your chance to own a true original.

What is the smallest amount of fabric I can order?

The minimum fabric order is a length of 20 cm.

Are your historical reproductions suitable for modern use?

Of course! Historical patterns are characterized by high-quality aesthetic workmanship with an emphasis on elegance and harmony, which make them timeless works of art. They are suitable for modern interiors, where they bring an element of originality (try a picture, a pillow). In fashion, they excel in simple, even minimalist, garments, handbags and other accessories.

Do you ship abroad?

Yes. We ship worldwide. The price of shipping is automatically calculated at checkout before payment after you select the country of delivery and the preferred carrier. If you do not find your country in the dropdown list, please contact us. You will find a rough overview of shipping costs in our shipping and payment terms.

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