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Silk Dress BrocadeSilk Dress Brocade 1760's  This dress fabric would have had been worn by candelight, the light making the ivory appear silvery. Glorious colour.

Silk Dress BrocadeSilk Dress Brocade This dress fabric would have had been worn by candelight, the light making the ivory appear silvery.

Brocaded satin in colored silks, 1740s Spitalfields. The freelance textile designer Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763) received at least 40 commissions for silk designs from a Spitalfields master weaver called Mr Gregory. The design for this silk was one of them. The designs she produced for him are some of Garthwaite's prettiest and most fashionable, and include patterns for brocaded lustrings, damasks, tissues and satins.

Gown

Spitalfields, England (woven) Date: (made) (altered) Artist/Maker: Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (textile, designer) Materials and Techniques: Brocaded satin in coloured silks Credit Line: Given by Mrs Olive FurnivallGown

Fabric fragment. English, ca. 1780. Printed cotton. From the Met: 23.216

1780 Culture: British Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 40 inches x cm) Classification: Textiles-Printed Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1923 Accession Number:

Fragment de coton imprimé, manufacture française, vers 1795-1810. Indiennes. Conservé au V&A, Londres, T.324-1992.

Furnishing fabric

Physical description Furnishing fabric of block printed cotton, partially faded, and with applied colour. Blue, red and black printed on a white ground. Place of Origin France (made) Date (made)

Antique French block printed Indienne fabric material  printed c1860-1880 ~~~

Antique French block printed Indienne fabric material printed c1860-1880 ~~~

1770-80 Fabric: Figured Silk, Pink. manchestergalleries.org

1770-80 Fabric: Figured Silk, Pink. manchestergalleries.org

American Duchess: Buyer's Guide to 18th Century Cotton Floral Prints

"The design is block printed on middle fine, white cotton tabby in brownish black, red and brownish purple.

Waistcoat  Date: 1770–90 Culture: French Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length: 27 3/4 in. (70.5 cm) Width: 20 1/2 in. (52.1 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1935 Accession Number: 35.142

Waistcoat Date: Culture: French Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length: 27 in. cm) Width: 20 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1935 Accession Number:

American Printed Textile | ca.1750-75  Textile Hanging Date: ca. 1750–75 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Linen, resist-dyed, printed Dimensions:...

Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Linen, resist-dyed, printed Dimensions: Original measurements: 81 x 39 in. x cm) Accession Number:

England, Spitalfields    Panel (from a Dress), c. 1748/49    Silk, plain weave with supplementary brocading wefts and self-patterned by complementary ground weft floa- Art Institute of Chicago

England, Spitalfields Panel (from a Dress), c. Silk, plain weave with supplementary brocading wefts and self-patterned by complementary ground weft floa- Art Institute of Chicago

Robe à la Française Date: 1740s Culture: British Medium: silk, pigment, linen Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 58 in. (147.3 cm) Length at CB (b): 40 in. (101.6 cm) Credit Line: Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1995 Accession Number: 1995.235a, b

Detail of front, Dress (Robe à la Française) British Medium: silk, pigment, linen. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

"Rosita" reproduction 18th century fabric by Duran Textiles AB. The original fabric is the lining of a woman’s shortgown originally from Kallfors manor, Södermanland, Sweden. The cut of the shortgown dates it to 1780-90, but the fabric is reused. The fabric has a typical rococo design. Probably the fabric was made in Sweden.

"Rosita" reproduction 18th century fabric by Duran Textiles AB. The original fabric is the lining of a woman’s shortgown originally from Kallfors manor, Södermanland, Sweden. The cut of the shortgown dates it to 1780-90, but the fabric is reused. The fabric has a typical rococo design. Probably the fabric was made in Sweden.

Close-up of Textile (Switzerland), 18th century Medium: cotton Technique: block printed on plain weave. Accession #1962-73-1

Close-up of Textile (Switzerland), century Medium: cotton Technique: block printed on plain weave.

Printed cotton 18th century France  Dimensions Overall (Unstitched, fully open): 120 x 57.5 cm

Printed cotton century France Dimensions Overall (Unstitched, fully open): 120 x cm

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