Legless Birds of Paradise - Emerald
Alfred Wallace had a passion for birds of paradise. The driving force of his 1854 expedition to the Malay Archipelago was to witness these magnificent birds. It was also on this trip he independently conceived his theory of evolution.
Wallace became the first European ever to see the magical displays of the birds of paradise. He called it 'the most beautiful of all the beautiful living forms that adorn the Earth' In a time before Wallace, birds of paradise were thought of having no legs. According to Papuans who traded them, the birds spent their lives floating in the sky. That’s how they got their name birds of the gods, birds of paradise. It was only when they died, they fell to earth. The truth being their legs were actually cut off as considered unnecessary. Only their colourful and vibrant plumage was important. A legacy of the legless mythology survives to this day.
- Hanging Method: Paste the wall - no need for a decorators table or pre cutting! They are easy to install and peelable.
- Roll Dimensions: W 52cm x H 10m
- Wall cover per roll is approximately: 5.2m²
- Pattern Repeat: W 52cm x H 30cm (approx)
- Price: £165 per roll
- Colourway: Legless Birds of Paradise come in 3 exquisite colourways.
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