Product Description & Information
Pomegranate Blossoms or "Anarkali" as they are known in India are bright red and orange in colour. The pomegranate shrub is native to Iran and India.
Anarkali was also the nickname of a legendary courtesan and dancer in the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. She was also the beloved of Akbar's son the crown Prince Salim, who later himself became Emperor Jahangir. Their star-crossed love story was glorified in the Indian epic drama film Mughal-e-Azam (The Great Mughal).
This wallpaper draws inspiration from traditional Mughal style motifs and features the beauty of pomegranate blossoms in its repeat pattern
Width: 52 cm (20.47 in)
Roll Length: 10 m (10.94 yd)
Repeat: 70 cm (27.55 in) (Straight) - Please read our wallpaper hanging guide on how to hang this wallpaper.
Digitally Printed in the UK on FSC compliant non-woven paper.
Price is Per Roll (52 cm wide) exclusive of VAT (as may be applicable).
Lead Time: 3-4 Weeks if not in stock.
Where possible, our wallpaper designs can also be customised to print on a 52 cm, 70 cm or 140 cm wide non-woven substrate. Rescaling/Sampling fees might apply as appropriate.
Samples come in an A4 (11″ x 8.5″) size.
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