The Queen’s Necklace
This range is inspired by an 18th Century wax resist indigo textile.
Doyen of decorators, John Fowler, had a fragment of this fabric and believed it was made during the scandal of ‘The Diamond Necklace Affair’, whereby Queen Marie Antoinette was accused of being involved in the procurement of an immensely valuable diamond necklace, originally made for Madame du Barry by Boehmer and Bassenge.
The necklace had ropes and tassels of rare diamonds.
The range features six different colour variations.
All wallpapers are made to order and take approximately 6 weeks to complete. Due to the bespoke nature of the production process, small colour variations may occur between samples and delivered rolls.
This is a paste to wall product and cross lining a wall in preparation is recommended before hanging the wallpaper.