Blenheim – Today we think of Damask as a design reference, however it is actually a type of fabric. The word Damask first appeared in 14th century France and traditionally uses a variety of weave techniques, commonly with a satin face reflecting the desired imagery. Modern Damask patterns show scrolling motifs but early European damasks featured flowers, fruits and animals.
Blenheim is Jacquard machine woven in fine polyester, viscose and cotton yarn. This texture emulates what would originally have been a hand-woven, silk damask.
Composition: 46% Polyester, 30% Viscose, 24% Cotton
Width: 138 cm
Pattern Repeat (CM): H72.5 x V93.8
Martindale Rub Test: 20,000