Fabrics for Trade

SILK    

The Lost City Silk collection features the most beautiful and extravagant examples of our quality, workmanship and art for discerning clients looking for museum quality furnishings. Inventive, eclectic and wildly imaginative, our silks reflect a diversity of influences including Wiener Werkstätte, Toile de Jouy, robes from the Ottoman empire, and Mughal art and architecture.

     
BROCADESL101 TULIPSL102 DECCANSL103
     
TOILESL104 MUMTAZSL105 VIENNASL106

   
JEWELSL107 CINTAMANISL108 CAMILLESL109
     
   
ROGHANSL110    
     
     
FLORAL    

Lost City Florals are evolved from a wide range of influences and feature complex yet elegant interpretations of classic prints and embroideries that are magnificent and timeless. Our florals are an ode to Japanese Sarasatic textiles, Indian palampores, British silk designs of the 18th century, Iznik pottery, and Ottoman art. In distilling the essence of these global styles we have created a new paradigm: interpretive embroidery that can be classified as art but is commercially available by the yard.

     
MARIGOLDF001 FLOWERF002 QUEENF003
     
BOUQUETF004 SPRINGF005 METALLICF006
     
KASNAKF007 BLACKF008 LEMANF009
     
REDF0010 KASHMIRF0011 RUBYF0012
     
NEELF0013 GOLDLEAVESF0014 PINKBLOSSOMF0015
     
   
FEROZEEF0016    
     
     
BOTANICAL     

Each of our Botanicals is a unique yet robust work of art whose lineage can be traced to Basil Bessler’s masterpiece, Hortus Eystettensis, Theodorus Clutius’s collection of Plants and Flowers of the Renaissance, and the classic silk designs of Anna Maria Garthwaite. Lost City Botanicals are lovingly embroidered to capture the delicacy and natural beauty of plants, vines, trees and flowers.

     
GULBT201 CLOVERBT202 SWEETPEABT203
     
BULBSBT204 BERRYBT206  SCARLETPIMPERNELBT207 
     
   
ROOTSBT208
 
     
     
GRAPHIC     

Our Graphic collection features some of the most distinctive fabrics anywhere in the world, employing figurative styles, simple geometric elements and the use of text as a visual language. Designs in this collection draw from Richard Shoreleyker’s gothic motifs, the geometrical hand-prints on ancient Indian textiles, Iranian pottery and Edo Komon patterns of Japan. Our love of calligraphy and poetry is reflected in many of our graphic styles.

     
GOTHICNF101 RINGSNF102 NILENF103
     
SHORELEYKERNF104 NIGHTNF105 MISRNF106
     
GARNETNF107 RABEANF108 KASHANNF109
     
LOOPSNF110 DANDELIONNF111 ARABESQUENF112
     
STENCILNF114 SWIRLNF115 PYRAMIDSNF117
     

BORNEONF119 SCROLLNF120  SUNBURSTNF121