Textile, printed Category: Textiles Place of Origin: France, Europe Date: 1780-1800 Materials: Cotton Techniques: Woven (plain), Block printed, Mordant style

Textile, printed Category: Textiles Place of Origin: France, Europe Date: Materials: Cotton Techniques: Woven (plain), Block printed, Mordant style

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)

Indienne 1780 dress; resist dyed, mordant dyed, overprinted with gold spots; India (fabric). Designed for European market. Victoria & Albert Museum  1780_India_ResistMordantOverprintedGoldSpots_dress.jpg (616×739)

This is a story of how Indienne textiles launched a trade war in Europe back in the that ended in its ultimate triumph with its colorfast patterns!

1780 Printed Textile. Made by A. Quesnal of Darnétal. Made in Rouen, France. Copperplate print on cotton plain weave

Quesnal of Darnétal. Made in Rouen, France. Copperplate print on cotton plain weave

Dutch Short Gown - Meg Andrews - c1770 this jacket is made of a fine Holland linen which has been printed with a deep purple pattern of shells, flowers and feathers.  The motifs of feathers, shells, flowers or any combination in a purple on white ground (along with red and blue) is found often in the Foundling tokens, Angela Burnley

Dutch fabric - close up of short gown fabric (linen) Specified as being of Dutch origin by Meg Andrews, we saw a number of prints of this quality and character, some on linen, some on Lancanshire "cotton, in our Foundling research.

Date:  1780-1800 Materials:  Cotton; Linen Techniques:  Block printed, Mordant style, Woven (plain), Discharge style

Detail of fabric in Huswif (Housewife) Textiles (Needlework) - Tool (for needlework) Winterthur

Cotton, embroidered w/ silk, chain stitch. Linen lining. #T391-1970. Done in Gujarat, western India, by professional craftsmen of the Mochi community, using  a tambour hook & a needle.  Fabric 1740-1760, Dress 1780.

Gown

Embroidered cotton dress, India and England, ca. Cotton, embroidered with silk thread using chain stitch, lined with linen.

Indienne (detail), Wood block printing, Factory in Mulhouse, Alsace, around 1760

Textiles Indienne (detail), Wood block printing, Mulhouse, Alsace c 1760

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