Reproduction Printed Fabrics

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Finding fabrics of printed fabrics for the 17th to early 19th century can be challenging. These fabrics are copied from originals or are very close to extant garments or fragments found in museums. They have either been for sale or are currently for sale at http://www.wmboothdraper.com/

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interior fabric left and outer fabric right detail, Dressing gown or robe made in England or France, printed on cotton, at the Winterthur Museum Museum Object Number: This is the fabric Brown Shell is a replica of. Century Textiles, 18th Century Clothing, Winterthur, Book Images, Textile Prints, Printed Cotton, Embroidery Patterns, Printing On Fabric, Mocha Chocolate

Textiles (Clothing) - Gown (Dressing gown or robe) - Search the Collection - Winterthur Museum

Textiles (Clothing) - Gown (Dressing gown or robe)

A printed cotton 'Indienne' robe, French, the - by Kerry Taylor Auctions Fabric ca. Textile Prints, Textiles, Fabric Patterns, Printed Cotton, Passion For Fashion, Printing On Fabric, December, Auction, Antiques

Passion for Fashion

The upcoming Kerry Taylor auction, Passion for Fashion, has a few (not many) items of interest to the 18th century researcher. One in particular is a remade c 1780s cotton gown. Plain and simple, no ruffles or flourishes ( the sleeve ruffles look like late add ons). This simple gown has a very pretty fabric. The gown is a closed bodice with an apron closure to the front of the gown skirts. Longish sleeves and square neck place this gown right at the l780s. This is a remodel from an earlier…

Guest Post: Renuka Reddy's Adventures in Chintz Victoria And Albert Museum, Surface Design, 18th Century, Printing On Fabric, Quilts, Adventure, Blanket, Coast, Blog
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  Printing On Fabric, Bangalore India, Museum, Textiles, Illustration, Prints, Blog, Fabrics, Painting
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Guest Post: Renuka Reddy's Adventures in Chintz Victoria And Albert Museum, Printing On Fabric, Past, Adventure, Illustration, Prints, Blog, 18th Century, Painting
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67 Ideas for antique wallpaper pattern printed cotton New Wallpaper Iphone, Tree Wallpaper, Fabric Wallpaper, Pattern Wallpaper, Motifs Textiles, Textile Patterns, Print Patterns, Textile Prints, Folk Art
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Details from a hanging, Coromandel coast, about Museum no. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Victoria And Albert Museum, Printing On Fabric, Oriental, Wax, Colours, Adventure, Prints, Coast, Blog
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Currant brown is copied from a century resist dye. Century Textiles, Fabric Printing, Regency, 18th Century, Badges, Colonial, Fabrics, Costume, Printed
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Currant brown is copied from a mid-18th century resist dye.

Kaprifol is a real block print reproduction of a mid century printed cotton. The weight and drape work well for women's century clothing. 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Arabesque, Textile Patterns, Textile Design, Century Textiles, Calico Fabric, Indian Textiles, Small Flowers

Kaprifol is copied from a mid 18th century lining. This reproduction is a true block print.

Description: Fabric made out of hand-painted cotton. Physical Properties: restrained use of color, and lots of floral designs. Place of Manufacture: India – Influenced by the British. 18th Century Clothing, 18th Century Fashion, Chinoiserie, Textures Patterns, Print Patterns, Century Textiles, Indian Block Print, Plains Background, Fairy Queen

Nypon Red c. 1750 is copied from a printed fabric at the Chester Historical Society. The original fabric was made into a pocket.

Ling is copied from an early century woodblock print. This reproduction cotton is a true block print. 18th Century Clothing, Knitting Books, Woodblock Print, Printing On Fabric, Sewing Patterns, Quilts, 17th Century, Regency, Fabrics
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Ling is copied from an early 17th century woodblock print. This reproduction cotton is a true block print.