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Printed linen - Hungarian pattern


Printed linen - Hungarian pattern

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Printed linen - Hungarian pattern. Medieval Market, Printed linen

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Printed linen - Hungarian pattern - Medieval Market, Printed linen 1
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Printed linen - Hungarian pattern - Medieval Market, Printed linen 1
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Printed linen - Hungarian pattern - Medieval Market, Printed linen 1
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Price
NLR1311LinenHigh19 16.15 EUR
This offer lasts till the end of stock or till cancelled

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The pattern of this fabric is a counterpart made in a block printing method of former encrusted clothes. The piece of a 26x22 cm size is kept in Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest and it has a pattern typical for the turn of XIII and XIV century, however it probably is a counterfeit made in XIX century.

The pattern presents a chessboard made of wavy leafed theme with two animals inside fields – a doe or a goat and a bird (raven) looking back. They occur alternately.

The price refers to 1 linear metre of a fabric with width of around 150 cm.

Available colours:

- natural
- white
- grey
- green





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