Previously known as Pomegranate, this design shows peaches, oranges, lemons and pomegranates arranged in a tile format. Similar motifs were used on the walls and painted panels of the Green Dining Room in the South Kensington Museum, decorated in 1866 by Morris & Co.
Collection: Archives Wallpaper
Design Name: Fruit
Colour: Limestone/Artichoke 210395
Wallpaper type: Paper
Width (cm): 52
Vertical pattern repeat (cm): 54
Care and Installing Instructions: Moderate Lightfashness, Adhesive to be applied to Wallcovering, Washable
Notes form William Morris With dark ground papers you may want to consider colouring the edges with water soluble crayon before hanging commences. Colour Match: Slight variances may occur between batched. All wallpapers achieve Class 1 when tested in accordance with BS1248: Part 2: 1990 and would also comply with the requirements for a Class 0 surface as defined in para A12(b) of approved document 'B' Fire Safety for the Building Regulations 1991.