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Pixie Hollow

Pistachio Light - JA7004/LT

Pixie Hollow is a contemporary, 60’s inspired floral high quality jacquard fabric. Pixie Hollow leaps out as an inspiring, innovative fabric to re-vitalise any interior space.

Design Number

JA7004

Composition

92% Pure New Wool, 8% Nylon

Abrasion Resistance

60,000 Martindale Cycles

Width

137cm

Weight

593g/lm; 398g/m2

Pattern Repeat

24cm height x 34.5cm width

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Standard Product Information

Standards

All fabrics are suitable for contract use.

All ranges pass to:
BS 5852, Part 1 (Cigarette and Match)
BS 5852, Part 2 Ignition Source 5
BS 7176 Low & Medium hazard
BS 2543: Martindale Abrasion

Fabric Treatments

Nanosphere - eradicates penetration of the fabric by liquid spills or solid soiling and wipes clean. £2.50 per metre

Teflon treatment - soil repellent £2.00 per metre (minimum quantity 45mts)

Anti-microbial treatment - inhibits formation of bacteria £2.00 per metre (minimum quantity 45mts)

Click here to find out more about our Special Finishes

Width

All fabrics are on average 137cms wide except Columbus and Livingstone which is on average 150cm wide.

Cutting Charge Less than 5mtrs to incur cutting charge of £10.00

Carriage

Delivery in mainland UK - per package £13.99*
(with carrier on a next day service)
*Subject to change

VAT

All prices exclude VAT. VAT will be charged at the time of invoice at the appropriate rate.

Bespoke Services

We offer a bespoke dyeing service to match customer requirements on products Feast, Cobble & Columbus and Livingstone. Minimum quantity 60m.
Abbotsford can also design and produce bespoke fabrics for special contracts.

After-care

Regular care will extend the life of the fabric. Professionally dry clean or wipe with a damp cloth.

Colour Matching

Wool is a natural fibre please be aware that there may be slight variations from batch to batch within commercial tolerances. Abbotsford advise customers to order samples before placing an order due to colour discrepancies from computer monitor to fabric.