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  1. Roxie

    Roxie

    Roxie's rustic slubs and color variation remind users that she is very much a product from nature. Hand-woven silk, boasting spectacular variation and calendar finish that gives her a final polish. Learn More
  2. Capote
  3. Labyrinth

    Labyrinth

    The damask motif of Labryinth is a modern interpretation from an antique textile. Available in an extraordinary range of colors with tone on tone shading, Labryinth's full body and drape make it an exciting addition to any installation. Learn More
  4. Chelsfield

    Chelsfield

    Chelsfield is a silk textile that boasts a slight ombre effect. This may be used for upholstery, drapery and decorative applications. Learn More
  5. Wildly Chic

    Wildly Chic

    Wildly Chic is faux uni jacquard (mock solid) in a combination of silk and linen. The fine silk yarn in the warp and linen gives this textile a unique toasted finish. Learn More
  6. Delphi

    Delphi

    Delphi exudes a seductive, ethereal quality. The mix of silk and lurex gives this fabric its glittering sheen, crisp papery texture and voluptuous couture folds. The pattern itself is drawn from raindrops running down a windowpane, evoking the surreal phenomenon of metallic rain. Woven in an array of subtle metal shades, Delphi transforms a window with material elegance and a touch of visual fantasy. Learn More
  7. Spectrum

    Spectrum

    Spectrum, is a vibrant silk taffeta with a brilliant sheen. Spectrum's wide bands of horizontal stripes are formed by three tonal hues that are available in a diverse range of colors. Learn More
  8. Stardust

    Stardust

    Stardust is a sophisticated and elegant combination of natural silk and linen fibers. This content enables Stardust to act as a great basic textile or upon closer inspection, a unique, subtle, and abstract herringbone pattern. Stardust is available in a rich variety of jewel toned hues. Learn More
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