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view 2006am6132 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by the Calico Printers' Association 1809-12-31 1800-01-01 ca. 1805 (made) Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton, Lancashire, ca. 1805 Width: 65.4 cm, Length: 44.8 cm British Galleries, room 118a Printed in Lancashire, possibly for the Manchester merchants Bateman & Todd 9015 British Galleries: The 'drab' style was fashionable for printed textiles between about 1800 and... 2014-08-29T19:48:58.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:58.000Z 53.861172 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.55473 Block-printed cotton, pencilled CIRC.221-1956 circ2211956 O78031 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton. Drab style pencilled (painted) in blue. Lancashire 2006AM6132 Object Type For the first 20 years of the 19th century the finest and most expensive printed... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1809 1800 view
view 2006am5227 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by the Calico Printers' Association 1830-12-31 1830-01-01 1830 (made) Furnishing fabric of roller-printed cotton, printed in Lancashire, 1830 Height: 45.7 cm approx., Width: 63.5 cm approx., Height: 18 in, Width: 25 in, Height: 45.9 cm, Width: 65.1 cm British Galleries, room 118a Printed in Lancashire; The birds are copied from John James Audubon's 'Birds of America.' 9022 British Galleries: John James Audubon's 'The Birds of America' was first published in London in... 2014-08-29T19:48:59.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:59.000Z 53.861172 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.55473 Roller-printed cotton CIRC.286-1956 circ2861956 O78039 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of roller-printed cotton in purple, red, mauve and yellow. The pattern includes... Lancashire 2006AM5227 Object Type The pattern of this printed cotton has been created with an engraved metal roller,... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-unknown 2014-03-21T00:00:00.000Z 1830 1830 view
view 2006at5715 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by the Calico Printers' Association 1831-12-31 1831-01-01 1831 (made) Furnishing fabric of roller-printed cotton, Lancashire, 1831 Height: 44.6 cm, Width: 58.2 cm, Height: 17 in, Width: 23 in, Height: 58.2 cm, Width: 44.6 cm British Galleries, room 118a Printed in Lancashire 9039 British Galleries: The basic design of this cotton was printed with an engraved roller. Even by... 2014-08-29T19:49:04.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:04.000Z 53.861172 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.55473 Roller-printed cotton CIRC.351-1956 circ3511956 O78056 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of roller-printed cotton in purple. orange, yellow and drab. The pattern... Lancashire 2006AT5715 Object Type The pattern of this printed cotton has been created with an engraved metal roller.... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1831 1831 view
view 2006am3122 jpg s Ollive and Talwin T&F 1784-12-31 1775-01-01 ca. 1780 (made) Furnishing fabric of plate-printed cotton, made by Ollive and Talwin, Bromley Hall, ca. 1780 Height: 80.7 cm, Width: 72.5 cm British Galleries, room 118a 9643 British Galleries: A technique of printing with indigo to achieve colourfast blue had been... 2014-08-29T19:51:59.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:59.000Z 51.51712 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.649079 Plate-printed cotton T.380-1960 t3801960 O78850 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of plate-printed cotton. Printed from an engraved copper plate in Chine-blue on... Bromley Hall 2006AM3122 Made by the firm of Ollive and Talwin, Bromley Hall, near London Object Type This furnishing fabric has been printed using an engraved copper plate. The... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-ollive-and-talwin 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1784 1775 view
view 2006at5801 jpg s Bannister Hall T&F Given by Edith J. Hipkins 1836-12-31 1830-01-01 1830-1836 (made) ROLLER-PRINTED FURNISHING FABRIC Height: 66 cm, Width: 36.2 cm British Galleries, room 118a Printed at Bannister Hall, Lancashire, for Clarkson and Turner 9668 British Galleries: This design was described as 'Worm Ground Needlework Chintz and Stripe' in the... 2014-08-29T19:52:05.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:05.000Z 53.861172 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.55473 Cotton, roller-printed, with additional colour added by surface roller or block T.52-1911 t521911 O78878 Furnishing fabric 1 Lancashire 2006AT5801 Object Type The pattern of this printed cotton has been created with an engraved metal roller,... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-bannister-hall 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1836 1830 view
view 2006am2212 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by Mrs Mark Wardlaw 1785-12-31 1780-01-01 1780-1785 (made) Dress of block-printed cotton, England, 1780-1785. Height: 128 cm hem to shoulder, Width: 88 cm, Depth: 81 cm British Galleries, room 118a 18242 British Galleries: Technological developments in the spinning and weaving of cotton thread... 2014-08-29T20:31:50.000Z 2014-08-29T20:31:50.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -1.97685 Cotton, block-printed with pencilled (painted) blue, and lined with linen T.296-1973 t2961973 O14694 Dress 1 Dress of block-printed cotton in ochre. The design is of floral sprigs in small lattice on green... England 2006AM2212 Object Type The style of this gown reflects the transitional nature of early 1780s dress. The... 3 VA dress-unknown 2014-03-21T00:00:00.000Z 1785 1780 view
view 2006ah4156 jpg s Richard Ovey T&F Given by Miss Josephine Howell 1809-12-31 1800-01-01 ca. 1805 (made) Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton, designed for Richard Ovey, printed at Bannister Hall,... Height: 43.2 cm, Width: 40.6 cm, Height: 17 in, Width: 16 in British Galleries, room 118a Probably printed at Bannister Hall, Lancashire 19108 British Galleries: The design and colouring of this fabric was inspired by imported Indian... 2014-08-29T20:36:42.000Z 2014-08-29T20:36:42.000Z 53.75796 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.705729 Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton in blue on a red background. The pattern includes a design of 'Indian' chintz. CIRC.496-1956 circ4961956 O16662 Furnishing fabric 1 Floral pattern on red with pencilled blue. Preston 2006AH4156 Object Type For the first 20 years of the 19th century, the finest and most expensive printed... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-richard-ovey 2013-08-19T00:00:00.000Z 1809 1800 view
view 2006at5863 jpg s Richard Ovey T&F Given by the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum 1799-12-31 1799-01-01 1799 (printed) Furnishing fabric 'Royal Oak and Ivy' of block-printed cotton, made by Bannister Hall for Richard... Height: 86.4 cm, Width: 66 cm, Height: 34 in, Width: 26 in, Length: 51.8 cm pattern repeat, Width: 44.5 cm pattern repeat British Galleries, room 118a Printed at Bannister Hall, Lancashire 19360 British Galleries: From 1790 to 1831 Richard Ovey was the leading English merchant for 'furniture... 2014-08-29T20:37:59.000Z 2014-08-29T20:37:59.000Z 51.51712 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.649079 Block-printed cotton and pencilled CIRC.86-1960 circ861960 O17193 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton and pencilled (painted) blue. With a 'demy' chintz... Bannister Hall 2006AT5863 Made 20/07/1799 Object Type For the first 20 years of the19th century the finest and most expensive printed... 3 VA royal-oak-and-ivy-furnishing-fabric-richard-ovey 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Royal Oak and Ivy 1799 1799 view
view 2006am8085 jpg s Robert Jones & Co Hefford, Wendy, Design for Printed Textiles in England from 1750 to 1850, V&A, 1992, pl.12-13. T&F 1769-01-01 1769-01-01 1 January 1769 (designed) Textile by Robert Jones, Old Ford, plate-printed cotton and linen, English, 1769 [Furnishing fabric] Height: 237 cm left side, Width: 190 cm top, Height: 241.5 cm right side, Width: 189.5 cm bottom [Valance] Height: 49 cm excluding fringe, Width: 193 cm [Piece of fabric] Height: 110 cm, Width: 93 cm [Furnishing fabric] Height: 122 cm maximum, Width: 93.5 cm [Valance] Height: 50 cm, Width: 96.5 cm [Valance] Height: 49.5 cm, Width: 126 cm English Chintz : English Printed Furnishing Fabrics from their Origins until the Present Day (Victoria & Albert Museum 18/05/1960-17/07/1960) British Galleries, room 118a The ground is a mixed fabric with linen warp and cotton weft, as the textile was printed while... This group of textiles was purchased from antique dealers Messrs. J Kyrle Fletcher, 79 High... 19684 British Galleries: Robert Jones was a leading English textile printer during the 1760s and 1770s.... 2014-08-29T20:40:20.000Z 2014-08-29T20:40:20.000Z 51.52016 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -0.054564 Linen and cotton, printed from engraved copper plates and wood blocks with pencilled (painted) blue T.140-1934 t1401934 O18093 Furnishing fabric 1 This group of textiles comprises a large curtain, two smaller lined pieces, and four lined... Old Ford 2006AM8085 Object Type This furnishing fabric has been printed using engraved copper plates. The... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-robert-jones-co 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z plate printing 1769 1769 view
view 2006at5828 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by the Calico Printers' Association 1809-12-31 1800-01-01 ca. 1805 (printed) Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton, Lancashire, ca. 1805 Height: 44 cm, Width: 62.5 cm, Height: 17.25 in, Width: 24.5 in British Galleries, room 118a Printed in Lancashire, possibly for the Manchester merchants Bateman & Todd 21356 British Galleries: Discharge printing was introduced in English printworks just after 1800. For... 2014-08-29T20:47:15.000Z 2014-08-29T20:47:15.000Z 53.861172 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.55473 cotton Block-printed cotton. CIRC.230-1956 circ2301956 O20228 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton in colours. The pattern includes a design of polychrome... Lancashire 2006AT5828 Object Type For the first 20 years of the 19th century the finest and most expensive printed... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-unknown 2014-03-21T00:00:00.000Z pencilled, block printed 1809 1800 view
view 2006at5818 jpg s Samuel Matley & Sons T&F Given by the Calico Printers' Association 1818-12-31 1818-01-01 1818 (made) Furnishing fabric of roller-printed cotton, printed by Samuel Matley & Sons, Hodge, 1818 Height: 30.5 cm, Width: 40.6 cm, Height: 12 in, Width: 16 in British Galleries, room 118a Ilett's green, patented in 1809, is used. Printed by Samuel Matley & Son, Hodge, Cheshire 29419 British Galleries: Joseph Ilett patented his permanent dye in 1809 'for producing fast greens on... 2014-08-29T21:25:58.000Z 2014-08-29T21:25:58.000Z 41.498075 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -72.901864 Roller-printed cotton CIRC.248-1956 circ2481956 O34151 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of roller-printed cotton in yellow, buff and single green. The pattern includes... Hodge 2006AT5818 Object Type The pattern of this printed cotton has been created with an engraved metal roller.... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-samuel-matley-sons 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1818 1818 view
view 2006at5824 jpg s Unknown T&F Given by the Calico Printers' Association 1824-12-31 1815-01-01 ca. 1820 (made) Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton, printed in Lancashire ca. 1820 Height: 45.1 cm, Width: 62.2 cm, Height: 17.75 in, Width: 25.5 in British Galleries, room 118a Printed in Lancashire 29430 British Galleries: The vibrant colour of this cotton is in the 'lapis style'. The technique which... 2014-08-29T21:25:59.000Z 2014-08-29T21:25:59.000Z 53.861172 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -2.55473 Block-printed cotton CIRC.243-1956 circ2431956 O34164 Furnishing fabric 1 Furnishing fabric of block-printed cotton using resist-red. The pattern includes a design of... Lancashire 2006AT5824 Object Type For the first 20 years of the 19th century the finest and most expensive printed... 3 VA furnishing-fabric-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1824 1815 view
view 2006am8851 jpg s Nixon & Company T&F Given in memory of Mr and Mrs F. W. Hefford 1780-12-31 1770-01-01 1770-1780 (printed) 1770-1780 (made) Bed curtain and valance of plate-printed cotton, printed and made by Nixon & Co, Great Britain,... [Curtain] Height: 304.8 cm, Width: 350 cm British Galleries, room 118a The plate for this design was engraved 'H. Roberts sculp' and 'Collins Woolmers 1765'. John... 65868 British Galleries: This curtain was printed by Nixon & Co., re-using a copper plate that had been... 2014-08-29T23:38:54.000Z 2014-08-29T23:38:54.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118a, case 7 -1.97685 [Valance] 'Nixon' wool (textile), cotton (textile), linen (material) Plate-printed cotton with linen and wool trimming T.612&613-1996 t6121996 O69454 Bed curtain and valance 1 Bed curtain and valance of plate-printed cotton in china blue. With linen and wool... England 2006AM8851 Object Type The furnishing fabric from which this bed curtain and valance were made was printed... 3 VA bed-curtain-and-nixon-company 2014-03-21T00:00:00.000Z printed 1780 1770 view