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Winterthur Museum. Textile, printed (Fragment)  Place of Origin: Europe  Date: 1810-1920  Materials: Cotton  Techniques: Roller printed, Woven (plain)  Museum Object Number: 1956.0056.002

Winterthur Museum. Textile, printed (Fragment) Place of Origin: Europe Date: 1810-1920 Materials: Cotton Techniques: Roller printed, Woven (plain) Museum Object Number: 1956.0056.002

Textile from India, circa  1750–1800. Its medium is cotton and its technique is mordants for 2 reds, purple and black applied by pen and brush; madder dyed; blue and yellow added by brush; chintz on plain weave. Its dimensions are Warp x Weft: 60.5 x 33 cm (23 13/16 x 13 in.)Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Textile from India, circa 1750–1800. Its medium is cotton and its technique is mordants for 2 reds, purple and black applied by pen and brush; madder dyed; blue and yellow added by brush; chintz on plain weave. Its dimensions are Warp x Weft: 60.5 x 33 cm (23 13/16 x 13 in.)Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

Salesman's Sample Card (France), late 18th–early 19th century, the bright colors of these roller and block printed resist cottons is a signature of France, however we have studied what appears to be English manufacture which is of the same genre as the textile competition continues-Angela Burnley

Salesman's Sample Card (France), late 18th–early 19th century, the bright colors of these roller and block printed resist cottons is a signature of France, however we have studied what appears to be English manufacture which is of the same genre as the textile competition continues-Angela Burnley

Pages from Archibald Hamilton Rowan’s scrapbook showing the small repeats and stripes used in 1790s dress fabrics. Col. 50, 66×141, Joseph Downs Collection, Winterthur Library

Pages from Archibald Hamilton Rowan’s scrapbook showing the small repeats and stripes used in 1790s dress fabrics. Col. 50, 66×141, Joseph Downs Collection, Winterthur Library

These colorful fabrics are printed *wool* samples from the pioneer era. Take a look at some of the great colors and designs for women's dresses! Two books of printed wools, 1840s-50s, the first : Lot 2260

These colorful fabrics are printed *wool* samples from the pioneer era. Take a look at some of the great colors and designs for women's dresses! Two books of printed wools, 1840s-50s, the first : Lot 2260

This sample book was a marketing tool; it contains swatches of fabric made by the Manchester manufacturing firm of Benjamin and John Bower. The samples on this page are woven with a very fine cotton warp and single, silk weft

This sample book was a marketing tool; it contains swatches of fabric made by the Manchester manufacturing firm of Benjamin and John Bower. The samples on this page are woven with a very fine cotton warp and single, silk weft

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- 19th century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.p.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language French

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- 19th century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.p.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language French

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- 19th century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.p.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language French

Échantillons Published 1845 Topics Textile fabrics -- France -- 19th century, Sample books Mounted illustrations are samples of fabric, including wools and velours Publisher [n.p.] Year 1845 Pages 100 Language French

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