Elevate your space with the essence of the Omega Workshops' avant-garde spirit. This exclusive piece, attributed to Duncan Grant or Frederick Etchells from 1913-15, embodies the workshop's visionary approach to bridging fine and decorative arts. The distinctive omega symbol, a hallmark of creative collaboration, adorns textiles, furniture, and household items. Crafted with Post-Impressionist flair and hints of cubism and fauvism, this work is a testament to the timeless innovation of the Omega Workshops. Currently housed in The Courtauld Gallery, London, and generously given by Pamela Diamand in 1958, this piece invites you to embrace a piece of artistic history.