Salt Pan Leaf Fabric£110.00
The grid-like patterns of salt pans, or 'Salinas' have dotted the coastlines of the Maltese islands for thousands of years. Still in use today, sea water passes into pools where it is warmed by the sun and slowly starts to evaporate. Salt begins to crystallise, and after about a week it is ready to harvest by hand.
Inspired by the chequerboard patterns created by this centuries old technique, 'Salt Pan' is my interpretation of the organic shapes and shimmering pools often seen when flying over the islands of Malta and Gozo.
The Leaf colourway is suggestive of the hardy, salt-tolerant plants that can be found around the shoreline of the Maltese islands.
Composition: 55% Linen, 45% Cotton
Print Width: 137cm/53.9″
Vertical Repeat: 9.8″/24.8cm
Horizontal Repeat: 27″/68.6cm
Martindale: 13,000 rubs
Usage: Drapery and light upholstery
Care: Dry clean only, do not tumble dry
Origin: Printed in the UK
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All fabrics are printed to order which can take between 2-6 weeks.
Fabrics can be ordered in 10cm increments, to enquire about this or if you’d like a more precise delivery time when ordering please contact us.
Kindly note as fabrics are printed to order they may not be returned unless faulty.