Fleurs de Prunier Or Panel
Le Grand Siècle
Representing cranes in full flight around a plum tree, surrounded by peonies and daffodils near a body of water, the Fleurs de Prunier panel was produced by the Parisian manufacturer Petitjean in the late 1800s. Inspired by prints Japanese paintings, this wall covering found in the house of George Sand has been digitally restored by Le Grand Siècle. This luxurious version is printed on a gold leaf wallpaper, entirely handcrafted. A sumptuous lacquered finish offers a poetic and sophisticated touch to spaces. Sensitive and delicate, the installation of this exceptional wallpaper must be entrusted to a professional.
Collection of the House of George Sand (Nohant)
Photo credit: @CMN/ Benjamin Gavaudo
We advise you to entrust the installation of this delicate product to a professional.
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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