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Cole & Son 'Chamber Angels Ink ' Wallpaper

Cole & Son’s designers took inspiration for Chamber Angels from the unique, carousel-style structure found on the ceiling of The Presence Chamber, which forms part of the King’s State Apartments at Kensington Palace.

Originally designed by William Kent, one of the most influential names in early 18th-century design, the celebratory style of the pattern is evocative of the essence of the room, being a place where the king entertained and received courtiers, ministers and foreign ambassadors.

Dancing figures have been combined with delicate foliage and the ripened fruits, once found in the Kensington Palace Orangery, create a decoratively decadent design.

 

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Product code: 118/12027
Roll Dimensions: 52 cm x 10.05 m (WxL)
Pattern Repeat: 68.5 cm
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*Please note that wallpaper cannot be returned


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ABOUT COLE & SON

Founded in 1875 by John Perry, Cole & Son’s wallpaper collections represent styles across the centuries and include some of the most historic wallpaper designs in the world.

Originally situated in a wallpaper mill in Islington, North London, today Cole & Son’s factory is in Haringey, just a few miles further north of the original site.

Cole & Son have provided wallpaper for countless historic houses and institutions including Buckingham Palace in London.

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