SAMPLE - Clutterbuck - Corinthian Gold
Built for a courtier of Henry VIII, Newark Park is a Tudor hunting lodge in the Cotswolds, where just a fragment of this small leaf design survives. The design derives its name from James Clutterbuck, who acquired Newark Park in the mid 18th Century, though this paper is early 19th Century in origin. Five contemporary colourways include softer contrasts and bolder primary shades on off-white, replicating the visual strength of the original design. Supplied in a standard 10m roll, there are three panels, each 3.25m in height with a width of 52cm, making the full repeatable design 1.56m wide.