Sackville Street c.1730

One of the largest and best-preserved patterns in the English Heritage archive, this design features a 39” (99cm) repeat and an unusual 31.5” (80cm) width, so each drop is substantially wider than the standard 20.5” (52cm) wallpaper roll. Found in the rear bedroom of a home built for ‘minor nobility’, the surviving example had originally been papered on boards, with additional flowers added retrospectively by hand to mask the joins in the paper.
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