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Morris Tradition Collection - Morris Specialty Line

We proudly introduce the most opulent of our patterns in the Morris style. "St. James", a 17-color damask was originally designed at twice this scale for Queen Victoria's Throne Room at St. James's Palace in 1881.

Shown below, "Knightsbridge Damask", a 12-color floral ogee pattern designed in the Morris tradition and smaller in scale than St. James. Though we have had these papers in production for years, they have never appeared in our catalogs. We are excited to share these special offerings with you now.

Shown above: Knightsbridge Damask in Cream, as featured in the August 2006 issue of Victorian Homes magazine, in the story "First Impressions". Photograph by Mark Tanner.

St. James

St. James, Ruby

St. James, Dove
Knightsbridge Damask

Knightbridge Damask, Burgundy

Knightsbridge Damask, Jasper

Knightbridge Damask, Cream
Though every effort has been made, photographs cannot accurately recreate the effects of metallic inks and flat oil pigments. Samples are available to assist in color matching.