It's as though Avoca had escaped from convent school.
The fabrics used are woven English damasks and shot silver and gold satins with Swarovski rose crystal and pearl detailing. Trimmings are 18th and 19th century from France with woven silver and gold thread. The accessories range includes mirrors and lighting wrapped with Japanese ceremonial Kimono silks which have been embroidered and appliquéd and finished with turn of the century lavender glass beads.It's hard to fault that. Imagine what a mismatched set of these would look like in a white-panelled room (with gaudy tea-cups to match), and that lovely yellow mirror hovering in the background. And a toleware chandelier. And me, looking proud and bemused.
[All images from Squint]