ST. HUBERT BROCATELLE
This design by Sir J. Ninian Comper was first produced circa 1890. As with most of Comper's textiles, the design is of Netherlandish origin and comes from a 15th Century painting of the exhumation of St. Hubert.
45% Cotton, 15% Silk, 40% Metallic Yarn
Width: 127cm (50") Pattern repeat: 8cm (3¼") The pattern repeats 9 times across the width at 14cm (5½")