Madame de SEVIGNE is yet another fantastic French historical figure who captivated Mariano Fortuny’s imagination, like Richelieu, Mazzarino, or Lamballe. The 17th-century people and the designs they inspired are both excessive in their riches. SEVIGNE is filled with feathery plumes and foliage that extols the glories of the garden and the dolce vita. Mme de Sevigne herself was known for flowery embellishment with her letter writing, considered a jewel of 17th-century French literature.
Fortuny fabrics are appropriate for all your furnishing needs, including upholstery, wallcoverings, window treatments, pillows, and other home accessories.
Total pattern width with borders
140.5 cm / 55.3 in
Total pattern width without borders
135.5 cm / 53.3 in
67.7 cm / 26.7 in
109 cm / 42.9 in
Cut to Repeat
Care and maintenance
Iron on reverse side with low setting at 110 °C / 230 °F. Do not steam. Suitable for dry cleaning.