Tassinari & Châtel

Jean Boggio

A real challenge for this designer who offers a captivating new insight into the silk trade of Lyon glorifying
in the traditions which he transports to an imaginary universe.
A signed collection and a dream come true.

This damask leads us on a journey of initiation towards an extraordinary garden perfumed by mandragora and tuberose surrounded by silver and gold acacias, palm trees and giant ferns. An imaginary jungle just like those in childhood dreams takes us to a world that could be inhabited by Mowglie or Peter Pan all engraved on silk like a magical forest. We find ourselves in a canopy made of gold and silver threads. A range of elegant, warm toned colourways woven from timeless dreams of a Paradise found.

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Colours number

7

1687

ISPAHAN

The gates to the orchard full of the scent of roses and the taste of the forbidden fruit, pomegranites giver of eternal life, to listen to persian tales woven as a lampas bringing to mind dreams of the 1001 nights. The peppery perfume of musk roses from the orient, the silks in subtle tones, golds and silvers drown in luxurious harmonies.

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Colours number

4

And elegant tangle of vines frame a flowing design of pomegranites, a fruit with such a rich textile history, woven in the same colourings as the lampas of the same name.

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Colours number

6

Straight from the dreams of Izyade we are lead on a walk along the banks of the Bosphorous. A border with a narrower design than the Ispahan, in a beautiful brocatelle weave, completing this collection with a vegetal theme. These imaginary flowers could have graced the divans of Suleiman the Magnificent in constant search of concubines in the harem.

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Colours number

7

1690

PETROUCHKA

An unexpected touch of fantasy, everpresent in the world of Jean Boggio. The sets and costumes of Erte and Leon Baskt for the Russian Ballet are evoked in this brocatelle with jugglers dancing in a parade as they juggle the stars, the moon and the sun to Saties piano sketches. Clever placing of the motif makes it possible to cut and use this design as a border both vertically and horizontally. A luxurious palette of golds and silvers with these animated figures picked out in opalescence.

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Colours number

6