Fortuny stenciled velvet jacket (http://www.vintagetextile.com/new_page_257.htm)

Fortuny stenciled jacket Made from black silk velvet, the jacket has the opulent luxury that Fortuny so admired in Renaissance fabrics. (He called velvet "the aristocrat of stuffs.

https://flic.kr/p/3eGiXX | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba, 1920s | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba Italian, 1920s Of dark green, gold and silver in a Renaissance inspired large scale thistle and pomegranate design, lined in taupe silk, unlabeled. Estimate: $8,000-10,000 (Doyle New York)

https://flic.kr/p/3eGiXX | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba, 1920s | Fortuny Stenciled Silk Velvet Aba Italian, 1920s Of dark green, gold and silver in a Renaissance inspired large scale thistle and pomegranate design, lined in taupe silk, unlabeled. Estimate: $8,000-10,000 (Doyle New York)

Mariano Fortuny stencilled red velvet jacket, circa 1920-30, with large circular label `Mariano Fortuny Venise', Kerry Taylor Auctions

Mariano Fortuny stencilled red velvet jacket, circa with large circular label `Mariano Fortuny Venise', Kerry Taylor Auctions

Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC: Stencilled Fortuny Jacket, Early 20th C

Dark gray velvet, pattern resist stencil in metallic silver, raspberry silk faille edging on cuffs & jacket perimeter, raspberry silk charmeuse lining, 2 labels:

Stenciled jacket (image 4 - detail) | Mariano Fortuny | Venice | early 20th century | velvet, metallic thread, silk faille edging, glass beads | Augusta Auctions | April 17, 2013 - Lot: 218

Dark gray velvet, pattern resist stencil in metallic silver, raspberry silk faille edging on cuffs & jacket perimeter, raspberry silk charmeuse lining, 2 labels:

A Mariano Fortuny stencilled velvet jacket, circa 1920

A Mariano Fortuny stencilled velvet jacket, circa 1920

Mariano Fortuny Black Stenciled Velvet jacket. Black velvet stenciled with gold, light green silk lining, Venetian glass beads. (hva)

Mariano Fortuny Black Stenciled Velvet Jacket - I would wear this now with great added slim jeans and velvet heels - FAB!

Fortuny used a thin, supple silk velvet...treated...with a succession of dyes, stippling the tints by hand to achieve a patina that improved on that of antique textiles. Fortuny then applied the gold....to a ground prepared with the whites of specially aged eggs from China....Because the stenciled color is deep in the pile of the velvet, the velvets have a slightly crusty texture

Fortuny stenciled velvet jacket, Never before on the market, the regal jacket is hand stenciled with a Renaissance-style pattern in gold pigments. The short boxy style is meant to be worn open without closures.

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