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mogyashel Linen
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Northern Ireland, England, Italy - AUTUMN 2017  

We source all our linens from Moygashel, a small mill village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Moygashel Linens, our supplier, was established in 1795 and is recognised as weaving some of the finest linens in the world. 

All the linens are classified as upholstery linens, making them suitable for all kinds of home use including sofas and chairs, tablecloths, curtains and cushions. We currently print on two different linens, a 385gms natural semi-bleach and a 338gms oyster (almost white), both sourced from the same mill. 

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Handmade Paper
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Jaipur, Rajasthan - India / Winter 2017

We source all our linens from Moygashel, a small mill village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Moygashel Linens, our supplier, was established in 1795 and is recognised as weaving some of the finest linens in the world. 

All the linens are classified as upholstery linens, making them suitable for all kinds of home use including sofas and chairs, tablecloths, curtains and cushions. We currently print on two different linens, a 385gms natural semi-bleach and a 338gms oyster (almost white), both sourced from the same mill. 

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Madder, Indigo, acacia
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AUTUMN 2017
Modena, Bologna - Italy

We source all our linens from Moygashel, a small mill village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Moygashel Linens, our supplier, was established in 1795 and is recognised as weaving some of the finest linens in the world. 

All the linens are classified as upholstery linens, making them suitable for all kinds of home use including sofas and chairs, tablecloths, curtains and cushions. We currently print on two different linens, a 385gms natural semi-bleach and a 338gms oyster (almost white), both sourced from the same mill. 

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Wallpapers

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AUTUMN 2017

We source all our linens from Moygashel, a small mill village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Moygashel Linens, our supplier, was established in 1795 and is recognised as weaving some of the finest linens in the world. 

All the linens are classified as upholstery linens, making them suitable for all kinds of home use including sofas and chairs, tablecloths, curtains and cushions. We currently print on two different linens, a 385gms natural semi-bleach and a 338gms oyster (almost white), both sourced from the same mill. 

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Printed cotton

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AUTUMN 2017

We source all our linens from Moygashel, a small mill village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Moygashel Linens, our supplier, was established in 1795 and is recognised as weaving some of the finest linens in the world. 

All the linens are classified as upholstery linens, making them suitable for all kinds of home use including sofas and chairs, tablecloths, curtains and cushions. We currently print on two different linens, a 385gms natural semi-bleach and a 338gms oyster (almost white), both sourced from the same mill. 

Fair Trade Rugs
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AUTUMN 2017
Nepal, England

We source all our linens from Moygashel, a small mill village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Moygashel Linens, our supplier, was established in 1795 and is recognised as weaving some of the finest linens in the world. 

All the linens are classified as upholstery linens, making them suitable for all kinds of home use including sofas and chairs, tablecloths, curtains and cushions. We currently print on two different linens, a 385gms natural semi-bleach and a 338gms oyster (almost white), both sourced from the same mill. 

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Stripes, stripes

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AUTUMN 2017

We source all our linens from Moygashel, a small mill village in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. Moygashel Linens, our supplier, was established in 1795 and is recognised as weaving some of the finest linens in the world. 

All the linens are classified as upholstery linens, making them suitable for all kinds of home use including sofas and chairs, tablecloths, curtains and cushions. We currently print on two different linens, a 385gms natural semi-bleach and a 338gms oyster (almost white), both sourced from the same mill.