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Unused samplle. "Trellis" pattern with a thorny rose branch climbing up and in and out of the trellis. Birds are perched on the branch and trellis. Printed in two greens, mustard yellow, two blues, red, pink, grey and brown on a white ground. Straight match.
A.H. Davenport/Irving & Casson
Morris & Co. (Manufacturer)
49 5/8 x 22 1/2 (HxW) (inches)
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Ellis, Sr.
Omar & Hamilton, no. 1065, pg. 363 and 371. Lynn, pl. 82, pg. 345.
1864-1916 (1st pattern designed by William Morris in 1862, but not issued until 1864.)
England (United Kingdom) [country]
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