Black and white archival photograph, this is not an existing colourway.
This 1865 Gothic Revival wallpaper
was based on an original made by Samuel Scott for
the English decorators J.G. Crace for the Houses of
Parliament in London c.1850. Re-scaled for domestic
use, and with crowns changed for leaves, this paper
was installed in the 1865 Dining Room of Ross Bay
Villa, a modest Gothic Revival style house saved and
being restored by The Land Conservancy in Victoria,
Canada. The overall repeating design of ogee panels
was a popular Gothic Revival pattern.
wallpaper is from Ross Bay Villa, built in 1865,
a Gothic Revival house saved and being restored
by The Land Conservancy in Victoria, B.C. A percentage
of each sale of this design goes to support the
heritage conservation projects of The Land Conservancy.
Ross Bay Villa under Restoration
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