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This length of sky-blue #Spitalfields silk satin is brocaded with honeysuckle and carnations or gilliflowers. The silk was designed and woven by the company Batchelor, Ham & Perigal circa 1758-1762. @⸬  e m e r e y ⸬ barbara moffett of London

Sky-blue Spitalfields silk satin brocaded with honeysuckle and carnations or gilliflowers. The silk was designed and woven by the company Batchelor, Ham & Perigal circa barbara moffett of London

Manufactures à Rouen // 1737 // Etoffes de fil et cotton : Toille // de Cotton brochée // en demie aune // a 3 ♯ 14 s. L'aune : [échantillons de tissus]

Manufactures à Rouen // 1737 // Etoffes de fil et cotton : Toille // de Cotton brochée // en demie aune // a 3 ♯ 14 s. L'aune : [échantillons de tissus]

Detail fabric, robe à la Francaise (sack back gown), London and China (silk), 1760-1765. Cream painted Chinese silk with floral motifs.

Sack back

Detail fabric, robe à la Francaise (sack back gown), London and China (silk), Cream painted Chinese silk with floral motifs.

PRINTED SILK OPEN ROBE, FRENCH, 1755 - 1775. - Price Estimate: $400 - $600

Ivory taffeta with polychrome floral sprays trimmed with fancy silk cord and self piping, elbow length sleeve with double fan cuff, cotton bodice lining, separa

Великолепная вышивка, нежнейшее кружево, шелковые ленты: прекрасные детали антикварных платьев

Details of a dress designed by Helen Rose for Grace Kelly in High Society Rose would design the actress' wedding dress.

Gold Work, Hand Embroidery, Embroidery Designs, Blouse Designs, Art Designs, Presents, Embroidery, Couture, Sew

Motif No 72 stencil from The Stencil Library ART NOUVEAU range. Buy stencils online. Stencil code DE262.

Motif No 72 stencil from The Stencil Library ART NOUVEAU range. Stencil code - would love to see this as an embroidery motif

Skirt piece - The silk was designed and woven by the Spitalfields company Batchelor, Ham & Perigal around 1758-1762. | Museum of London

Brocaded Spitalfields silk satin designed/woven by Batchelor, Ham & Perigal.

Brocaded satin in colored silks, 1740s Spitalfields. The freelance textile designer Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763) received at least 40 commissions for silk designs from a Spitalfields master weaver called Mr Gregory. The design for this silk was one of them. The designs she produced for him are some of Garthwaite's prettiest and most fashionable, and include patterns for brocaded lustrings, damasks, tissues and satins.

Gown

Spitalfields, England (woven) Date: (made) (altered) Artist/Maker: Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (textile, designer) Materials and Techniques: Brocaded satin in coloured silks Credit Line: Given by Mrs Olive FurnivallGown

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