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KANDOLA present their third Wallpaper collection bringing a unique crystalline dimension to Interiors. The Jewel Collection comprises of eight wallpaper designs in a number of colour ways MADE WITH SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. So let us take a look at 20 nice pictures garden of persia fabric below.
Two designs, Damask and Trellis Scroll have a magnificent layer of beads and crystals, which subtly changes colour creating a refined brilliance never before seen on Interiors. To create this lavish effect of crystals and beads, great technological innovations had to be made as well as high quality hand craftsmanship, all manufactured in England.
Paisley or Paisley pattern is a term in English for a design using the buta or boteh, a droplet-shaped vegetable motif of Persian origin. Such designs became very popular in the West in the 18th and 19th centuries, following imports of post-Mughal versions of the design from India, especially in the form of Kashmir shawls, and were then imitated locally.
1. Schumacher Garden Of Persia Pillow Cover In By Thepillowstudioshop
The in-house design collections have proven to push the boundaries and turn design concepts into wallpaper reality. The finest crystal elements manufactured by SWAROVSKI are presented on a backdrop of exquisite flock, mirror-like foil and layered inks. The crystals shimmer as light plays across the wall refracted by the multi- faced colour crystals integrated into the designs.
2. Mary Mcdonald Garden Of Persia Bittersweet Fabric By The Yard
3. Garden Of Persia Fabric Mary Mcdonald Prints And Wovens Fabric
4. Persian Garden F6444 03 Osborne And Little Fabrics More Gardens Floral
Some design scholars[who?] believe it is the convergence of a stylized floral spray and a cypress tree: a Zoroastrian symbol of life and eternity. It is a bent cedar, and the cedar is the tree Zarathustra planted in paradise. The heavenly tree was “bent” under the weight of the Arab invasion and Muslim conquest of Persia. The "bent" cedar is also the sign of strength and resistance but modesty. The floral motif was originated in the Sassanid Dynasty and later in the Safavid Dynasty of Persia (from 1501 to 1736), and was a major textile pattern in Iran during the Qajar and Pahlavi Dynasties. In these periods, the pattern was used to decorate royal regalia, crowns, and court garments, as well as textiles used by the general population.