Italian velvet available in plain, patterns, textures, chenille and vintaged velvet and can be used for upholstery, curtains, drapery, cushions and accessories.
Velvet was introduced to Baghdad by Kashmiri merchants. Later Cairo was the world's largest producer of velvet. Much of it was exported to Venice, Italy from where its popularity spread to most of Europe.
A luxurious, highly durable, long-pile angora goat mohair velvet on a cotton base. Available in 36 colours.Learn More
Collection: Opera House
Width: 140 cm
Weight: 765 g/m2
Composition: 63% mohair 37% cotton
Pile: 100% Mohair
BS 5852, crib 5
DIN 4102, B2
IMO 2010 FTP part 8
UNI 9175, classe 1£85.00