Grand Masters

Presenting the ‘best of’ Gainsborough’s previous stock collections, Grand Masters grants access to a plethora of fabrics covering a host of historical styles and periods.

Impervious to the passing of time, this collection allows our clients to purchase fabrics they know and love by the metre.

Expertly crafted in our Dyehouse and Weaving Shed in Sudbury, Suffolk, Grand Masters is Gainsborough’s tribute to the designers from generations past and the master weavers of old.

Euston

S795


Flat image Euston Buttermilk S795/11

Euston: Buttermilk

S795/11

Shuttle loom original

Euston: Buttermilk

S795/11

£ Price available on sign in
  • Composition30% Silk, 70% Cotton
  • Pattern repeatHorizontal 63.5cm / Vertical 65.5cm
  • Minimum order1m
  • Fabric width127cm
  • StyleItalian
  • PeriodEighteenth Century
  • Collection(s)Grand Masters
  • UseCurtains, Walling, Domestic Upholstery, Accessories

This splendid and popular damask is one of the many variations of this distinguished Italian pattern of circa 1730, adapted from the same original as design 156, Bologna.

Colours (3)

Flat image Euston Oyster S795/7

Euston: Oyster

S795/7

Shuttle loom original

Euston: Oyster

S795/7

£ Price available on sign in
  • Composition30% Silk, 70% Cotton
  • Pattern repeatHorizontal 63.5cm / Vertical 65.5cm
  • Minimum order1m
  • Fabric width127cm
  • StyleItalian
  • PeriodEighteenth Century
  • Collection(s)Grand Masters
  • UseCurtains, Walling, Domestic Upholstery, Accessories

This splendid and popular damask is one of the many variations of this distinguished Italian pattern of circa 1730, adapted from the same original as design 156, Bologna.

Colours (3)

Flat image Euston Rose S795/2

Euston: Rose

S795/2

Shuttle loom original

Euston: Rose

S795/2

£ Price available on sign in
  • Composition30% Silk, 70% Cotton
  • Pattern repeatHorizontal 63.5cm / Vertical 65.5cm
  • Minimum order1m
  • Fabric width127cm
  • StyleItalian
  • PeriodEighteenth Century
  • Collection(s)Grand Masters
  • UseCurtains, Walling, Domestic Upholstery, Accessories

This splendid and popular damask is one of the many variations of this distinguished Italian pattern of circa 1730, adapted from the same original as design 156, Bologna.

Colours (3)