Tassinari & Chatel

Nouveautés Patrimoine

An inspiring collection, born of the excellence and craftsmanship of Lyonnaise silk and expert interpretation of the brand’s archives



Typical of the Renaissance style, this brocatelle represents a horizontally repeated corolla, with a flowering thistle at the centre. The worn, 'anticato' effect on the linen background with a textured, coloured design shappe silk warp. Cammino means 'path' in Italian, in reference to the way the motif repeats 4 times across the width.

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A typical Louis XIV composition from the end of his reign, this brocade represents a pineapple design with an abundance of foliage. The gold threads are interpreted by crimped threads with metallic reflections. Like marquetry work, the composition unveils a palette of tiny motifs in a variety of geometric shapes. These shapes can be woven by special request to match this flamboyant motif. A single ruby red and gold option, typical of 17th century colours.

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