Sample

1912 (manufactured)
Not currently on display at the V&A

Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Possibly dress fabric. Printed cotton. The cream white ground is patterned with a trellis/squared pattern in light green, with the spaces infilled with small dotted hexagons (like chicken wire). At alternate junctions there is a circular mass of small blue, purple and mauve flowerheads which are connected by a meandering rose spray in pink and brown with green leaves and stems. One selvedge.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Printed cotton
Physical Description
Possibly dress fabric. Printed cotton. The cream white ground is patterned with a trellis/squared pattern in light green, with the spaces infilled with small dotted hexagons (like chicken wire). At alternate junctions there is a circular mass of small blue, purple and mauve flowerheads which are connected by a meandering rose spray in pink and brown with green leaves and stems. One selvedge.
Dimensions
  • Length: 30.1cm
  • Width: 35.5cm
Marks and Inscriptions
66448 (Patent Office Registration Number. Paper label has stamped date of '14 Aug. 1912' with the printed words 'For registration'; 'works with pencilled note '34'; 'D no.' with pencilled note '3117'; 'Date' with pencilled note' Aug.9')
Production
Patent Office registration date: 14th August 1912
Subjects depicted
Collection
Accession Number
T.88-2004

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record createdSeptember 10, 2004
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