Grues Japonaises Panel
Le Grand Siècle
With majestic cranes, cherry blossoms, peonies and even chrysanthemums, the Japanese Cranes panorama brings together elements found on Japanese prints. Originally designed and manufactured by the Parisian manufacturer Petitjean at the end of the 1800s, it comes from the decor of George Sand's house, present on the walls of her granddaughters' bedroom. Digitally restored with precision by Le Grand Siècle, this wallcovering adds a poetic atmosphere to decors.
Collection of the House of George Sand (Nohant)
Photo credit: @CMN/ Benjamin Gavaudo
This wallpaper is non-woven, making it easier to hang. The adhesive must be applied to the wall. We recommend using an adhesive such as Quelyd for non-woven wallpaper. Watch our tutorial.
Origin of manufacture
Non Feu Europe : B s1 d0
Contribution très limitée à l'embrasement généralisé, combustible (EN 13501-1)
International Ecolabel : FSC 100%
Guarantees that 100% of the wood fiber used comes from sustainably managed forests certified by the Forest Stewardship Council
International ecolabel : Greenguard
Guarantees the limitation of chemical emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC).
National ecolabel : Imprim'Vert
Guarantees the non-use of toxic products and the proper management of hazardous waste.
Non-contractual information, only the certificate confirms the fire resistance standard.
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