Pattern of the Tartan worn by His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex as Earl of Inverness.
Byzantine silk fabric made in tapestry art. 11th century. Silk fabric, non-woven. Made in tapestry art. Basic and trim of the large grave cloth of the Bishop Gunther (who died… Read More
The pattern shows a transformation of a Sassanid pattern of VI-VII. Century. The fabric itself belongs to the Byzantine period of the VII.-VIII. Century.
Ancient Byzantine silk fabrics, VI-VII. Century.
18th century fabrics. French Silks hanging patterns. The silks, the designs for which form the subject of our plate, all come from that branch of French manufacture to which Golbert,… Read More
Art deco fabrics. Winter Stuffs. Le style parisien 1915. Plate XXV. Talamophine (muslin velvet); Lesur and Co. No. 4709. Corded silk broché with velvet; Coudurier No. 1464. Talamophine (muslin velvet); Lesur… Read More
L’histoire du costume féminin français. Les Modes sous la Revolution 1792 – 1799. Étoffes. Costume d’enfant, Corsage bleu, Cocarde blanche, Chemise à la prêtresse, Sac rouge vif, Ruban de blonde garni, Jupe de toile imprimée
Anne Wilson’s personal collection. WOVEN STRIPES + BANDS. (PDF 2.63 Mb) This log presents a diversity of woven textiles showing warp stripes and weft bands from various countries and time periods.… Read More
Fabrics. Fashion under Louis XVI., 1774 to 1789 (Late baroque, rococo fashion era)
Plant drawings from an Indian Cotton Printer`s Pattern Book, 1910.