COPPÉLIA SETA N. 9760
The design of this wallcovering, featuring a very realistic trompe-l’oeil effect, is taken from the image of a real velvet drapery located in a prestigious historical palace. The marvellous curtain is linked to the one in the enchanted workshop described in the balled Coppélia (1870) by Arthur Saint-Léon, where the eponymous protagonist is a beautiful mechanical doll, whose maker keeps jealously in his shop. Printed on two different supports – silk/lurex and velvet – this wallcovering is completed by a range of rich trimmings developed to emphasize the joints.
|Width||0,870 M - 34,252 Inch|
|Length||9,000 M - 354,331 Inch|
|Quality||65% Silk - 35% Lurex|
|Composition||Silk mural fabric|
|Unity||Panel - cm 261 w x 300 h|
|Pattern Repeat||300,00 cm - 118,11 Inch|