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Menagerie fabric by peacoquettedesigns on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Sarah Walden

Fascinated by all things historical - but with a modern twist. What can I design for you? All designs are original, taken from public domain, Creative Commons or legally licensed.

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Description:

Recreated from ancient textiles. Can be recreated in any colors, scale or orientation or coordinate. From a image courtesy of Dover Publications.

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peacoqu...

peacoquettedesigns says: Thank you, ElizabethVitale!

Posted 10 months ago.

elizabe...

elizabethvitale says: Gorgeous design and collection!

Posted 10 months ago.

peacoqu...

peacoquettedesigns says: Thank you, Amy_G!

Posted over 1 year ago.

amy_g

amy_g says: Gorgeous!!!

Posted over 1 year ago.

peacoqu...

peacoquettedesigns says: It is definitely thirteenth century. Persian produced or influenced, I believe. The place isn't listed in the original file I licensed. A few pages later, it cites a Persian design much in the same fashion. The collection states the designs were chosen from the 19th century portfolio of Dupont-Auberville.

Posted about 2 years ago.

peacoqu...

peacoquettedesigns says: It is definitely thirteenth century. Persian produced or influenced, I believe. The place isn't listed in the original file I licensed. A few pages later, it cites a Persian design much in the same fashion. The collection states the designs were chosen from the 19th century portfolio of Dupont-Auberville.

Posted about 2 years ago.

aymer_d...

aymer_de_mannvers says: Do you have a time and location for this pattern?

Posted about 2 years ago.