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HALF PENCIL SCALLOPED
The Half Pencil & Scalloped design for the 1909 Kitchen range brings exquisite detail that will add a welcoming feel to any period home. With a range of soft Farrow & Ball colours in an extensive palette of 32 colours, the Half Pencil & Scalloped variant of the 1909 range has a pure design ethos that echoes Victorian and Edwardian values.

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1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Chalk sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Charcoal sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop China blue sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Copse Green sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Flint Grey sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Hartforth Blue sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Partridge Grey sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Porcelain sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Slate sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Cashmere sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Graphite sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Mussel sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Silver Grey sample
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1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Truffle sample
1909 Kitchens palette Half pencil Scallop Trench Coat Grey sample
 
 
 
 

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