Houghton is a printed interpretation of a Jacobean design, featuring a meandering tree trunk through the pattern repeat. A design choice common within the original Jacobean patterns.
Although Jacobean, in essence, is a period of time between late 16th and early 17th century, known as the second period of English Renaissance after Elizabethan, the design styles were largely dominated by the flourishing floral patterns of this nature. In fabric terms this would be considered as Jacobean English Floral.
Composition: 90% Cotton 10% Linen
Width: 137 cm
Pattern Repeat (CM): H68.6 x V64.7
Martindale Rub Test: 40,000