Malena Berckemeyer

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Reproduction Fabrics - mid 19th century, 1825-1865 > fabric line: Chateau Chambray

Reproduction Fabrics - mid century, > fabric line: Chateau Chambray

Reproduction Fabrics - late 19th century, 1865-1900 > fabric line: Margo's Favorite Shirtings II

Reproduction Fabrics - late century, > fabric line: Margo's Favorite Shirtings II

Reproduction Fabrics - early 20th century, 1900-1930 > fabric line: Vintage Shirtings and Dressgoods

Reproduction Fabrics - early century, > fabric line: Vintage Shirtings and Dressgoods

Designed by Rae Ritchie for Dear Stella Designs, this cotton print collection is perfect for quilting, apparel and home decor accents. Colors include dark grey and white.

Dear Stella City Life Triangle Dot Fossil from Designed by Rae Ritchie for Dear Stella Designs, this cotton print collection is perfect for quilting, apparel and home decor accents. Colors include dark grey and white.

Object ID: 18569219 Accession Number: 1943-43-29 Acquired: 1943 Short URL: http://cprhw.tt/o/2DaYX/ Textile, ca. 1785–95. Copperplate printed on cotton Medium: cotton Technique: printed by engraved plate; plain weave foundation. Gift of W. and J. Sloane. 1943-43-29.

Object ID: 18569219 Accession Number: Acquired: 1943 Short URL: Textile, ca. Copperplate printed on cotton Medium: cotton Technique: printed by engraved plate;

Reproduction Fabrics - turn of the 19th century, 1775-1825 > fabric line: Vin du Jour

Reproduction Fabrics - turn of the century, > fabric line: Vin du Jour

The original fabric was used as a lining in christening gown from Løten, Norway, consisting of cape, stomacher and coif of white brocaded silk. The lining is of cotton, block printed in red and brownish black on white ground. The design imitates small the patterned silks for gentlemen’s wear, droguet liseré, from the mid 18th century(compare with NÄCKROS in Durán Textiles collection). The print could be dated to the 1780-ies or 90-ies, but the place of manufacture is not known.

The original fabric was used as a lining in christening gown from Løten, Norway, consisting of cape, stomacher and coif of white brocaded silk. The lining is of cotton, block printed in red and brownish black on white ground. The design imitates small the patterned silks for gentlemen’s wear, droguet liseré, from the mid 18th century(compare with NÄCKROS in Durán Textiles collection). The print could be dated to the 1780-ies or 90-ies, but the place of manufacture is not known.

Reproduction Fabrics - tried and true fabric designs popular for decades > fabric line: 19th Century Blue and Whites

Reproduction Fabrics - tried and true fabric designs popular for decades > fabric line: Century Blue and Whites

Reproduction Fabrics - early 20th century, 1900-1930 > fabric line: Inkwell

Reproduction Fabrics - early century, > fabric line: Inkwell

Reproduction Fabrics - turn of the 19th century, 1775-1825 > fabric line: Turkey Reds

Reproduction Fabrics - turn of the century, > fabric line: Turkey Reds