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Textile Garden Implements Eric Ravilious died in 1942 but his designs continued to be used, for example for the 1953 coronation mug: this Garden Implements textile was printed by Edinburgh Weavers in 1958. Meg Andrews, the London textile historian and dealer, called it 'very rare' when she sold it, which indeed it is. The material is white cotton printed with black and would have been perfect for Gardener's Nightcap – except that Margaret Calkin James's Fritillary could not really be improved on (and we sell it by the metre in the shop).

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