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Antique Clothing at Vintage Textile: #2810 robe a l'anglaise

Cotton fabric used in a robe a l'anglaise Sheer white cotton dimity printed with a repeat pattern of sunny floral sprays. Antique Clothing at Vintage Textile:

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

Gown

Gown Place of origin: England, Great Britain (textile, block printing) Date: (block printing) 1780 - 1785 (sewing) 1785 - 1790 (altered)

Gown | V&A Search the Collections

Gown

Gown Place of origin: England (textile, block printing) England (ensemble, sewing) Date: (block printing) (sewing)

Textiles - Handkerchief - 1795-1805 a beautiful block printed linen handkerchief large enough to be worn as a neckerchief.- Angela

Textiles - Handkerchief - a beautiful block printed linen handkerchief large enough to be worn as a neckerchief.

Fragment de coton imprimé, 1775-1800. Semé de fleurs et d'animaux dont des cerfs. Conservé au V&A, Londres, 106(IS)-1950.

Dress

Image of dress with floral and animal design. france, late century by V&A Images

Article featuring 18th century printed textiles

Eighteenth Century textiles: New updates to technology made during this time period. Weaving speed increased which meant more yarn could be used and product could be made faster.

Textile Oberkampf * 1775–1785 cotton - block printed on plain weave White fragment with a detached design of multicolored flower clusters, berries and seed pods arranged in staggered rows.

Textile Oberkampf * cotton - block printed on plain weave White fragment with a detached design of multicolored flower clusters, berries and seed pods arranged in staggered rows.

Spitalfields brocaded silk, c. 1746. The white ribbon stripe was translated to a printed textile in the Copp Quilt at the Smithsonian in the 1770s. T.257-1973. V

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Spitalfields brocaded silk, c. The white ribbon stripe was translated to a printed textile in the Copp Quilt at the Smithsonian in the

Dress (image 3) | American | mid-18th century | linen, cotton | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 38.26a

Dress Date: century Culture: American Medium: linen, cotton Dimensions: Length: 54 in. cm) Credit Line: Rogers Fund 1938 Accession Number:

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Date: 1796 Culture: British Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB: 53 1/2 in. (135.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mr. Alfred Lunt, 1955 Accession Number: C.I.55.50.4

Dress Date: 1796 Culture: British Medium: cotton (Close up of this lovely printed fabric)

Ground: white cotton. Design: delicate scrolling vines bearing a variety of flowers, painted red, blue, and neutral violet, with dark neutral outlines.

Design: delicate scrolling vines bearing a variety of flowers, painted red, blue, and neutral violet, with dark neutral outlines.

Cotton, British, 1815-18. The Met, accession nr. 1975.274.2

Morning dress Culture:British Medium:cotton Credit Line:Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1975 Accession

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