“Per Aspera ad Astra” Table runner


Silk blend table runner, with hand-finished details, (160 x 45cms). Cotton warp with weft details created in carmine red silk and deep yellow cotton.

Along the centre panel of the runner is a floral decoration taken from the wooden choir stall in the16th century Church of Saint Peter in Perugia. The Latin motto “per aspera ad astra” means “through difficulty you can reach the stars”. The symbol of the City of Perugia, the Griffin, is featured in a series known as “the strolling Griffins”.
Hand wash in cold water.

You can also make this fabric in other colors, contact us for a quotation.

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    Dimensions 160 × 42 cm