Court Embroidery by Cole & Son
Delicately hand-painted to emulate silken hand stitches, Court Embroidery is inspired by an early 19th century waistcoat from the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection. This courtier’s garment is a beautiful example of a time when gentlemen’s clothing was as fine, if not more elaborate, than those of a lady. Court dress was a signifier of opulence, wealth and position. Trimmings, embellishment and embroidery were often employed to provide a dazzlingly rich effect, with exquisite needlework and sumptuous fabric admired by both male and female members of court.
Historic Royal Palaces – Great Master
Paying homage to the master artisans, craftsmen and celebrated monarchs who shaped the six iconic royal residences, which are now cared for by Historic Royal Palaces, Great Masters heralds more than 1,000 years of British heritage.
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|Season||Historic Royal Palaces – Great Master|
|Horizontal Pattern Repeat||0cm|
|Vertical Pattern Repeat||52cm|
|Collection||Historic Royal Palaces – Great Master|
|Design||Historic Royal Palaces – Great Master||Care Instructions||Product Code||118/13029||Wallpaper Sample||Contact Us|