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Liberty London is driven by discovery – born in 1875, it has remained true to its heritage and is famed for its original curation, directional design and celebration of craftsmanship.

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Dating back to the mid-19th century, the Shangri-La print is dense and detailed with its jungle of rich paisley botanicals.

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With exotic birds set among poppies and wisteria, Delphine is a hand-painted floral originally created in 1929.

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Dating back to the 1850s, Felix Raisen is a large-scale paisley print taken from a drawing of a paisley shawl held in the Liberty archive.

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Originally designed by William Morris in 1883, Strawberry Thief has been a perennial Liberty favourite since first appearing as a furnishing fabric.

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Based on an original hand-painted furnishing design, Elysian Paradise sets tropical birds among blossom branches and chrysanthemums to create an exotic floral.

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Influenced by the Renaissance movement, Francis takes inspiration from the feathers and peacocks abundant in Liberty prints in the late 1880s.

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With its dynamic composition and use of colour, Marham is an intricate French paisley created by Liberty in 1962.

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Iphis is a nine-flower stylised silhouette that acts as a signature motif across the Liberty London accessories collection.

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With trailing leaves weaving amongst bold flowers, the Azelia print is a modern reworking of a distinctive Art Nouveau floral unearthed from the Liberty archive.

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Originally created in 1965, Prunella uses morning glories, chrysanthemums and roses to create clusters of Asian-inspired florals.

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Originally designed in the 1820s, Margot is a Persian-style paisley which uses the intertwining flowers and leaves from a pine tree to form a delicate boteh motif.

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Featured in the early 1990s Liberty collections, Christelle was inspired by traditional Indian chintz florals brought to Europe in the 17th century.

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A newer design from the 45,000 print archive, Arundel, designed in 2007, uses delicate lines to form a decorative floral paisley pattern.

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Inspired by a 1968 paisley floral, Grosvenor features large trails of Central Asian-style paisley leaves, linked by small flowers and arranged in garland-like shapes.

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Inspired by a 1968 paisley floral, Grosvenor features large trails of Central Asian-style paisley leaves, linked by small flowers and arranged in garland-like shapes.

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