Oriental Poppy by Colefax and Fowler

A Colefax classic that first came on to the market in 2006. A stylised poppy and butterfly design inspired by a jacquard document dating from the end of the nineteenth century. We have added a colour to the silk line and introduced new colourways on linen.

Oriental Poppy by Colefax and Fowler

A Colefax classic that first came on to the market in 2006. A stylised poppy and butterfly design inspired by a jacquard document dating from the end of the nineteenth century. We have added a colour to the silk line and introduced new colourways on linen.

Oriental Poppy by Colefax and Fowler

A Colefax classic that first came on to the market in 2006. A stylised poppy and butterfly design inspired by a jacquard document dating from the end of the nineteenth century. We have added a colour to the silk line and introduced new colourways on linen.

Oriental Poppy by Colefax and Fowler

A Colefax classic that first came on to the market in 2006. A stylised poppy and butterfly design inspired by a jacquard document dating from the end of the nineteenth century. We have added a colour to the silk line and introduced new colourways on linen.

Brand

Colefax and Fowler

Code

F3302/01

Colour

Pink/Green

Repeat

57cm approx

Width

128cm approx

Composition

57% Viscose

43% Silk

Fire Code

√BM

Fire Code Details

√BM

Passes Schedule 4 – Part 1 Resistance to smoldering cigarette when tested over a standard 22kgG/m³PU foam with a 2 ½ oz polyester wrap. For upholstery in the UK fabrics with this symbol must be used with a schedule 3 interliner, or be back coated to √BH level.

Martindale

4000

Care Code

Q8+T3

Care Code Details

Q8+T3

Do not wash. Caution in exercising wet cleaning processes (spotting).

Do not bleach.

Warm iron - maximum temperature of 150°C.

Commercial Normal Dry Cleaning using CycloSilxane @ 40°C.

Do not tumble dry.

Pattern Book

Baptista

Use

Curtains

Brochure Images

Oriental Poppy by Colefax and Fowler

A Colefax classic that first came on to the market in 2006. A stylised poppy and butterfly design inspired by a jacquard document dating from the end of the nineteenth century. We have added a colour to the silk line and introduced new colourways on linen.

Brand

Colefax and Fowler

Code

F3302/03

Colour

Aqua

Repeat

57cm approx

Width

128cm approx

Composition

57% Viscose

43% Silk

Fire Code

√BM

Fire Code Details

√BM

Passes Schedule 4 – Part 1 Resistance to smoldering cigarette when tested over a standard 22kgG/m³PU foam with a 2 ½ oz polyester wrap. For upholstery in the UK fabrics with this symbol must be used with a schedule 3 interliner, or be back coated to √BH level.

Martindale

4000

Care Code

Q8+T3

Care Code Details

Q8+T3

Do not wash. Caution in exercising wet cleaning processes (spotting).

Do not bleach.

Warm iron - maximum temperature of 150°C.

Commercial Normal Dry Cleaning using CycloSilxane @ 40°C.

Do not tumble dry.

Pattern Book

Baptista

Use

Curtains

Brochure Images

Oriental Poppy by Colefax and Fowler

A Colefax classic that first came on to the market in 2006. A stylised poppy and butterfly design inspired by a jacquard document dating from the end of the nineteenth century. We have added a colour to the silk line and introduced new colourways on linen.

Brand

Colefax and Fowler

Code

F3302/04

Colour

Silver

Repeat

57cm approx

Width

128cm approx

Composition

57% Viscose

43% Silk

Fire Code

√BM

Fire Code Details

√BM

Passes Schedule 4 – Part 1 Resistance to smoldering cigarette when tested over a standard 22kgG/m³PU foam with a 2 ½ oz polyester wrap. For upholstery in the UK fabrics with this symbol must be used with a schedule 3 interliner, or be back coated to √BH level.

Martindale

4000

Care Code

Q8+T3

Care Code Details

Q8+T3

Do not wash. Caution in exercising wet cleaning processes (spotting).

Do not bleach.

Warm iron - maximum temperature of 150°C.

Commercial Normal Dry Cleaning using CycloSilxane @ 40°C.

Do not tumble dry.

Pattern Book

Baptista

Use

Curtains

Brochure Images

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