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Bird

Furnishing Fabric
1876 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Furnishing fabric of Jacquard woven silk. Brown satin ground with a pattern in pale blue. A tree with fruits fill staggered rows of heart-shapes in brown satin, and surrounds of blue and brown with a blue bird in the spandrels.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Jacquard woven silk
Brief Description
Furnishing fabric 'Bird' of Jacquard woven silk, designed by E. W. Godwin for Daniel Walters & Sons, Great Britain, 1876.
Physical Description
Furnishing fabric of Jacquard woven silk. Brown satin ground with a pattern in pale blue. A tree with fruits fill staggered rows of heart-shapes in brown satin, and surrounds of blue and brown with a blue bird in the spandrels.
Dimensions
  • Repeat length: 10.875in
  • Repeat width: 6.875in
  • Width: 36.375in
  • Width: 92.5cm
  • Including selvedges length: 62.625in
  • Including selvedges length: 158.7cm
Marks and Inscriptions
  • D.W.&S. (Stamp on the back)
  • '24264 [underlined] / 76773A' and 'Yds 1-63" ' (On a Warner registry label)
Credit line
Given by Warner and Sons
Production
Exhibited at the Philadelphia Exhibition of 1876.
Subjects depicted
Collection
Accession Number
T.166-1972

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record createdJanuary 14, 2003
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