Fairy tales were all the rage in worldly salons; High society attended popular evenings and took note of the stories that were made. Charles Perrault wrote the "Tales of Mother Goose"; where, at the end of each story, a moral is added to serve as a teaching for education.

Perrault was didactic and creative, as in a patchwork he united learning and imagination. He staged the generation of ideas and the subtlety of his thoughts; the flows in which the story and the fable coincide.

Technical report

Design: Perrault

Collection: Revoltoso Vol. II

Composition: 100% linen

Width: 280 cm (110")

Weight: 473 gr/m2

Vertical Pattern repeat: 154 cm

Horizontal Pattern repeat: 280 cm

Pattern Match: Straight Match

Martindale: 42000 cycles

Usage: Upholstery for decoration, curtains, blinds, bedcovers




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