Not currently on display at the V&A

Woven Sample

1895-1900 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Sample of Jacquard woven cotton furnishing fabric. With pairs of stylised tulips in repeating compartments woven in pale blue and green on a dark green ground.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Jacquard woven cotton
Brief Description
Sample of Jacquard woven cotton furnishing fabric, probably designed by The Silver Studio, probably woven in Lille, 1895-1900, probably retailed by Liberty & Co. Ltd.
Physical Description
Sample of Jacquard woven cotton furnishing fabric. With pairs of stylised tulips in repeating compartments woven in pale blue and green on a dark green ground.
Dimensions
  • Approx. width: 10.5in
  • Approx. length: 14.5in
  • Approx. width: 26cm
  • Approx. length: 36cm
Marks and Inscriptions
'771/L 5/9' (Label)
Credit line
Given by Paul Reeves
Object history
Part of a sample of 32 Jacquard woven cottons T.485: 1 to 32-1996.
Collection
Accession Number
T.485:5-1996

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record createdApril 13, 2011
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