The unmistakable six-way weave of traditional chair caning was the starting point for our latest collection of patterned paper. The resulting faux Regency Caning pattern, in three different colourways, could not make us happier.
We’ve also taken our favourite Stone Lattice pattern and printed it with a very fine brown ink – perfect for more sober and tasteful applications – based on stone floor and marble patterns by the great 18th century designer Batty Langley and re-imagined by Pentreath & Hall.
Along with the patterned papers we are pleased to present our Regency Caning and Stone Lattice covered notebooks, memo blocks, boxfiles, magazine files and waste paper baskets.FINE CELL WORK AT PENTREATH & HALL: 12th – 24th SEPTEMBER.
To celebrate the launch of our latest collaboration with Fine Cell Work, they will be taking over our pop-up shop and showcasing the length and breadth of their creativity and skill.
To celebrate our latest collaboration with social enterprise Fine Cell Work, we are pleased to welcome them to 17a Rugby Street from the 12th – 24th September.
“Fine Cell Work trains prisoners in paid, skilled, creative needlework undertaken in the long hours spent in their cells to foster hope, discipline and self-esteem. This helps them to connect to society and to leave prison with the confidence and financial means to stop offending.”
Do stop by to order one of our excellent Regency Caning needlepoint cushions along with having the chance to see the rest of the brilliant work the good people of Fine Cell Work produce.