Easily straddling Arts & Crafts and more traditional or naturalistic styles, this gorgeous frieze has a subtle mottled gilt background overprinted with fine multicolored lines that produce a rich, shimmering tapestry effect.
The fruit depicted is much debated - rose hips, pomegranates, etc. - but we have settled on hawthorn berries as the most likely option. Until someone more botanically knowledgeable informs us otherwise...
Graves was one of Birge’s primary competitors at the upper end of the wallpaper market. The pattern number of this design suggests it was released around 1909.
Custom wood frame. Limited additional repeats available in any length, framed or unmounted.
Graves Pattern No. 6741 RN.
This frame is made from American Walnut with a natural oil finish.
See the Original Wallpaper Remnant that this Ready-to-Hang Artwork is based on.