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5/8 Yard Kravet Echo Latika Printed Linen Drapery Fabric in Delft

Yard Kravet Echo Latika Printed Linen Drapery Fabric in Delft

Nixon - La peste dehors

Nixon - La Peste Dehors! (Poster)

Small Hours furnishing fabric, by Lucienne Day (b.1917) for Heal's. Screen-printed linen. Britain, 1953.

Small Hours, furnishing fabric, by Lucienne Day © Victoria and Albert Museum

In the 1770s and 1780s printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns. The material of this gown has a dotted ground and is printed in a repeating pattern of floral sprays. The gown has a fitted back and open front below the waist, revealing a petticoat of the same fabric. The lack of decoration and use of cotton instead of silk indicates that this gown was probably worn during summer afternoons for card games and tea parties, rather than for evening dress.

Gown

Afternoon dress, ca 1785 England, the Victoria & Albert Museum “ In the and printed cotton fabrics began to replace silk in popularity for women’s gowns. The material of this gown has a dotted ground and is printed in a repeating pattern.

"Mandalay" by Felix C. Gotto / 1935 furnishing fabric for Old Bleach Linen. Reversible linen. Ireland

"Mandalay" by Felix C. Gotto / 1935 furnishing fabric for Old Bleach Linen. Ireland Inspiration for Sketch a day 11 Topic : Fish

This ticking fabric gives a very soft, slightly countrified feel.   Fabric 228 - Rose/Ivory Stripe T/W 260cm | Susie Watson Designs

This ticking fabric gives a very soft, slightly countrified feel. Fabric 228 - Rose/Ivory Stripe T/W

English block printed linen 1780's red, purple & painted blue. Gown | V&A Search the Collections

Gown

Gown, V&A museum Date: (block printing) 1780 - 1785 (sewing) 1785 - 1790 (altered)

Fry, Roger. Margery, 1913. Block printed linen furnishing fabric. Accession number T.386-1913 at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Accession number at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

1730-1750 ~ Stomacher (Fabric Panel worn over the Chest & Stomach) .... Hand-made in   Silk & Linen, & Embroidered with Silk Thread in England .... Now in the V&A Collections, London ....

Stomacher

~ Stomacher (Fabric Panel worn over the Chest & Stomach) . Hand-made in Silk & Linen, & Embroidered with Silk Thread in England .

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