Oxburgh has a significant collection of historic wallpapers, both on the walls and in an archive of loose samples. This example was used in the library by J C Buckler as part of his scheme of improvements to Oxburgh Hall which began in the 1830s. It may even have been designed by Buckler himself.
Wallpaper. Flock-on-gilt, green, red and gilt on a yellow ground. May have been designed by Buckler.
Part of the Bedingfeld Collection. The house was given to the National Trust in 1952 by Sybil, Lady Bedingfeld (1883-1985), her daughter Mrs Greathead, and her niece Violet Hartcup.