The Donacloney Collection

Inspired by a unique collection of photographic glass plates from a Heritage Lottery funded project “Reviving William Liddell’s Damask Designs” this colourful collection of decorative fabrics, respects the past while firmly placing itself in a contemporary setting. The glass plates were discovered during the dismantling of the Ewart-Liddell factory in Donacloney, County Down. These unique plates document the design and development for Liddell’s damask patterns, representing the labour of a highly skilled workforce of designers, draftsmen and woman and weavers working for the Company during the years 1900’s to 1970’s.

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Colour can vary on natural base cloths between batches. We will always ensure any variances are within commercial tolerance.

Colour on computer monitors can vary greatly so we can not guarantee that colours shown here are truly representative of our fabrics. We strongly recommend visiting one of our selected stockists to view our pattern book.

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