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William Kilburn monochrome floral scarf


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The Kilburn Album, a collection of more than two hundred of Kilburn’s botanical textile designs held by the V&A, is the source of this monochrome floral motif. The scarf is digitally printed with a contrasting white hem. 

Created in England exclusively for the V&A.


Width 80cm x length 160cm


100% silk chiffon. Dry clean only

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About the artist

William Kilburn

William Kilburn was a botanical illustrator and textile designer born in Dublin in 1745. He was apprenticed to a cotton and linen printer in Dublin before moving to London and starting to sell his own designs. He later purchased a calico printing factory at Wallington in Surrey and produced his own work. He went on to be the most famous designer of block-printed cottons in the 18th century, he created exquisitely detailed designs featuring superbly realised flowers and plants. The V&A holds a unique document dating from 1790, the Kilburn Album, featuring more than 200 of his watercolour textile designs.