3 x 5 scan of 8" x 14" fabric
C1810 Catacombs of Egypt
Since 1922, when Howard Carter found Tutankhamun, and other archaeologists brought to light Egyptian treasures, interest in Egyptian life was sparked. Lotus blossoms, hieroglyphs, amulets, and other Egyptian motifs are featured in this fabric by Andover's Downton Abbey collection. The rich colors are reminiscent of the precious jewels found in the treasures themselves such as lapis, onyx, carnelian, peridot, jasper, turquoise, and gold. |
C1810 Catacombs of Egypt is a fun geometric print in blue on a background of persimmon. At each stop along the path is a room, flower or sphere in light tan. The motifs seem to run randomly throughout the fabric and the scale is small so cutting will retain the look of the design. This is a great accent piece for the collection.
Other pieces in this collection include,
Ref # C1810