Dress Date: 1797–98 Culture: French Medium: Cotton Dimensions: a) L. at center back: 10 in. (25.4 cm) b) L. at center back: 35 1/2 in. (90.2 cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1926 Accession Number: 26.233.7a, b
Textile, printed (Fragment) c1755-1765, France, Cotton Block printed, Woven (plain), Mordant style Museum Object Number: 1956.0056.014
Textile Sample Book Date: 1771 Culture: British Medium: Paper, cloth binding, with attached samples of fustian Dimensions: 9 x 5 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches 22.9 x 13.3 x 7.0 cm Bound pages: 8 1/4 x 4 5/8 in. Classification: Textiles-Sample Books Credit Line: Rogers Fund, Accession Number: 156.4 T31
Roller Printed Skirt ca. 1810-1820. English Costume | Meg Andrews - Antique Costumes and Textiles
Loose layout is suitable for the late 18th century, especially ofter 1770. The colors are a bit too uniform, but not unsuitable. The flowers are well stylized. This could be a block print or embroidery.
Reproduction Fabrics - turn of the 19th century, 1775-1825 > fabric line: Palampore/Tree of Life
Veronica Winterthur Museum, Delaware, USA Panel of block printed cotton dated 1760-80, provenance unknown. Original is printed brown on white ground. The brown and red colours were often achieved by printing with mordents on the printing blocks and dyed with madder. Different chemicals gave a variation of red and brown hues from the same dye pot – the untreated surfaces remained white. The printed cottons with big repeats were used both for clothing and as interior fabrics
Foundling Hospital two color print red flowers with purple stems.
Dress Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: England, United Kingdom, Europe Date: 1785-1795 Materials: Cotton Museum Object Number: 1994.0108