Lucia CS

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Lucia CS

The “textile light figure”. Lucia CS provides interiors with an exclusive air. This jacquard in Trevira CS appears like a combination of silk and linen with its elegant, heavy drape. Dots in a matt weft yarn stand out three-dimensionally from the shimmering background and arouse associations with crescent moons due to their semi-circle array. With lively panache Lucia CS carries over their radiant energy to interiors. Eight background colours ranging from pastel shades to navy and graphite make the dots that are one nuance darker look especially three-dimensional.


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COMPOSITION

100% polyester Trevira CS

Weight 340 g/qm

DIMENSIONS

Width appr. 138 cm

Rapport 15-16 cm

Care

Care b

Shrinkage appr. 1-3%

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Permanently flame retardant DIN 4102 - B1. The manufacture of the article complies with the specifications of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX.

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