Brocart Argent Lully

This design for this pattern, by Henry, a specialist in Liturgical textiles, uses accents of gold and silver as in the original design. The motif references the patterns found in Cordoue Leather much in vogue in the early period of Louis XIV.

The name Brocart Argent Lully, is a tribute to the brilliant director of music at court, known for his grand and exuberant theatrical and musical performances. This fabric preserves the spirit and essence of the original creation though the use of silver yarns.

Under the reference 69639, Brocart argent Lully is proposed:

  • in 128 cm wide
  • in a quality silk 49%, cotton 39% and silver 12%
  • sold by repeat of 70 cm
  • in 4 colors

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Satin Façonné Naris

In 1536 Barthelemy Naris and Etienne Turquet Piedmont traders attach to Lyon, to build factories for the production of precious fabrics. Francis I, by letters patent, agrees to give them the same privileges as the city of Tours, and so installs the guild of workers in "cloth of gold, silver and silk." Naris and his workers are declared free from any taxes, any service of custody or militia, provided they work in the city and not outside.

This Renaissance­-inspired design evokes the "tulipomania" raging in Europe in the seventeenth century.

Under the reference 69641, Satin Façonné Naris is proposed:

  • in 128 cm wide
  • in a quality cotton 60% et silk 40%
  • in 5 colors

Damas Altaï

This motif pays tribute to travel to the heart of the Silk Road.

Altai in Mongolian means the golden mountains boundary between East and West.

Under the reference 89645, Damas Altaï is proposed:

  • in 128 cm wide
  • in a quality cotton 66% and silk 34%
  • in 7 colors
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Inspired by a 19th century Japanese Katagami from the archives of Prelle; this stencil on coconut leaf origianally for kimono, wallpaper or other ... was used as is without design modification before being adapted textile pattern.

In line with the prints of Hokusai (1760-1849), branches and cherry blossoms begin to honor Natsuki - Tree of summer.

Under the reference 69640, Natsuki is proposed:

  • in 128 cm wide
  • in a quality silk 62% and cotton 38%
  • in 2 colors

William's dream

The choice of the name is a reference to William Morris - a leader of the art and craft movement in vogue from 1880 to 1910 - the beginning of Modern style - Art Nouveau in France.

The design in 2 colors on tracing paper incorporates Renaissance inspired animals. Originally from the House Truchot (Henry - Truchot - Leduc) the document has been in the Archives of Manufacture Prelle since 1975.

No mise en carte or original sample have been found, suggesting this is the first weaving of this brocatelle.

The design effect created to have the look of age is created in both the warp (vertical) and weft (horizontal).

Under the reference 69638, William's dream is proposed:

  • in 128 cm wide
  • in a quality linen 55% cotton 31% silk 14%
  • in 5 colors