Clarence House Fabric has released a new Jean Monro fabric showcase: the Ramm, Son and Crocker collection. If you’re seeking new spirited flower inspired prints, you’re in luck! The RS&C Collection utilizes bright and joyful colors of spring such as a wide range of rose and blush tones, emerald and jade hues, and many more. We’re going to be diving into these patterns and breaking them down. If you desire any of these traditional florals, click on the swatch or color way to gain more information or get your order started.
Patterns within Ramm, Son & Crocker Collection:
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Cheltenham is a vertically laid pattern that combines charming, small-scale, rose buds laid in a stripe like formation. The florals are woven between a fluid ribbon stripe in a light sky blue. The colouring is in naturalistic shades keeping this pattern fresh and true to nature, making it pop right off the fabric. The pink and green of the roses beautifully off-sets the blue ribbon.
Kingswood from Clarence House fabric is a quiet palette of creams, whites and olives distinguish this gentle glazed chintz of moss roses. The combination of the pale mint tones with neutrals makes this print smooth and calming. The colouring is almost certainly of a much later date than the classic early Victorian design but gives it a contemporary feel today.
Ranunculus, roses, foxgloves and love-lies-bleeding all appear in this pretty, late Victorian design still printed in the classic pink and green colouring so popular to this day. The formation of the botanical elements creates a well dispersed mural of traditional greenery and glazed as it always would have been.
A classic English garden bouquet is the central motif of this chintz, beautifully balance with a smaller bunch of cyclamen and set against a double stripe in the background. The blush colorway features muted tones in the florals and blooms, while the peach colorway has darker and more rich tones in the leaves and petals. This was a device frequently added in the late Victorian period and helps tie the design together.
Agra is a Ramm, Son & Crocker staple. This grand scale, classic Tree of Life design, currently printed in two colourways, carries a border on one selvedge only. Upon closer look, there is so much texture and detail in each component of the design. The tree winds through the design with fantastical, stylised flowers and foliage, typical of this Indian inspired pattern.
Viburnum, Foxgloves, Roses and Plumbago in tight bunches of different sizes are scattered through this pretty chintz and framed by a trellis of twisting, ruffled ribbons. The naturalistic colouring of the bouquets is offset by the blue, pink and cream of the decorative ribbon against a cream background.
Taken from an original French copper roller document of the early 19th Century, Les Chataignes is a fluid design printed in two, near monochrome, colourways on a fine unglazed linen cotton mix. The faded nature of the motifs in this print give it a tastefully vintage look that is soothing to the eyes.
Spring Bouquet from Clarence House fabric is from an English document of the early 1900’s found in the Ramm, Son & Crocker archive. A fresh loose bouquet of poppies, hydrangeas and roses is printed on a plain, unglazed cotton in the document colourway alone. This floral arrangement will have your upholstery project springing with life.
Clarence House fabric reproduced this pattern from an oriental tree of life design circa 1870, Peony Trail is printed in three colourways on a linen union cloth. Two ‘trees’ climb side by side with stylised flowers and foliage growing from the trunk and branches.
This concludes our coverage on the Clarence House Fabrics Ramm, Son & Crocker collection. If any of these traditionally inspired florals peak your interest, you can check out more details by clicking on your desired colorway. If you ever need help with an order, feel free to give us a call. Looking for wallpaper? Check out our Clarence House wallpaper for similar style, for the walls. Until next time!
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