Lingering Garden in Parrot
This starburst chrysanthemum reminds us of the meandering pathways of the Lingering Gardens (Liú Yuán or 留园 ) in Suzhou, built in the sixteenth century during Ming Dynasty. Replete with pavilions, rockeries, lush groves of bamboo and pine, and floral gardens, the grounds are praised as being ‘some of the most pleasing south of the Yangtze.’
GROUND: 88% Belgian linen, 12% Nylon
WIDTH: 54 inches
REPEAT: 54"H x 17.5"V
CARE: Dry clean only
Sold by the yard, price upon request.
Digitally printed in the USA using water-based pigment dyes, meaning they lack the synthetic chemicals found in other dyes.
Available by the yard through our showrooms.