Arts & crafts cream cotton lace curtain The Stag 68”/118”
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. The Stag, by C.F.A. Voysey, Architect and Designer...a fine 10-point lace.
C.F.A. Voysey was a prominent Arts & Crafts Movement architect and designer from England. His lace panel of The Stag was originally produced in Scotland in the early 1900s.
Many English Arts & Crafts textiles are of a grand scale, even though they are often used in houses of modest scale. This large panel is beautiful on windows as narrow as 35 - 40" wide by using one panel per window or 2 and one each side pulled back to one side and gathered a foot above the window. As well as a stunning curtain panel, this design can be used as bed hangings for four-poster beds. We also suggest The Stag as a bed covering over a dark coverlet or sheet I have 6 of these beautiful panels
made on the original Victorian lace looms for Nottingham lace. The fine cotton weave lace has scalloped sides. This has been turned to create a rod pocket channel through which you slot the curtain wire or rod etc.
It is fully finished ready to dress your window
Cream cotton lace
Period style: Arts crafts Dimension: Width 180/299cms