Not currently on display at the V&A

Sample

03/03/1937 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

208. Woven cotton. Cream white ground with floating wefts 'brocaded' blue and red bands; the blue carries meander of acorn and leaf, and the red: two rampant lions flanking a helmet and visor, interspersed with an armorial device of two half-moon axe-head and a spear, and a triangular shield, the latter bearing the date 1937 scored out in pen-ink (?to commemorate accession of Edward VIII). 1 selvedge.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Woven cotton
Brief Description
Woven cotton, Joseph Bridge & Co Ltd, Manchester, 1937
Physical Description
208. Woven cotton. Cream white ground with floating wefts 'brocaded' blue and red bands; the blue carries meander of acorn and leaf, and the red: two rampant lions flanking a helmet and visor, interspersed with an armorial device of two half-moon axe-head and a spear, and a triangular shield, the latter bearing the date 1937 scored out in pen-ink (?to commemorate accession of Edward VIII). 1 selvedge.
Dimensions
  • Width: 32.5cm
  • Length: 64.3cm
Marks and Inscriptions
  • '371238' (Registration number; Patent Office Registration Number; printed on fabric; 1937)
Collection
Accession Number
T.492-2002

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record createdMarch 24, 2003
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