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Chintz

Author : Rosemary Crill
ISBN : UOM:39015084094195
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Focuses on early chintzes from the Victoria and Albert Museum's collection of Indian chintz textiles made in southeast India in the area known to be the source of highest quality, for the western market.

The Dream Chintz

Author : Mrs. Henry S. Mackarness
ISBN : HARVARD:HNMWXF
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Chintz

Author : Crosby Stevens
ISBN : 1850748632
Genre : Chintz
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The Charlton Standard Catalogue Of Chintz

Author : Susan Scott
ISBN : 0889682283
Genre : Chintzware
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Old English Chintzes Chintz In Relation To Antique Furniture

Author : Hugh Phillipe
ISBN : 9781473357730
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Chintz' was originally glazed calico textiles, initially specifically those imported from India, printed with designs featuring flowers and other patterns in different colours, typically on a light plain background. This book contains a fascinating guide to the history of English chintz, in relation to antique furniture, and includes beautifully detailed illustrations interspersed with poetry. A lovely little book sure to appeal to those with an interest in chintz and antique furniture, this text is one of a kind and not to be missed by the discerning collector. 'Old English Chintzes' has been elected for modern republication due to its educational value, and we are proud to republish it here complete with a new introduction on the history of furniture.

Bird And Flower Chintz Giftwrap Paper

Author : Burton M. Gottschalk
ISBN : 0486287068
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Two 18" x 24" sheets display a lush setting of tree branches laden with blossoms and berries. The two full-color sheets of the same design come with three matching gift cards. Shrink-wrapped in a sturdy 9 1/4" x 12 1/4" folder (with no staples to mar the wrap), the sheets remain fresh and wrinkle-free till ready for use. Best of all, this giftwrap is just a fraction of the price of products available in stationery stores.

The Dream Chintz Sibert S Wold Or Cross Purposes

Author : Matilda Anne Mackarness
ISBN : OXFORD:600073926
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Floral Chintz Patterns Includes Cd Rom

Author : Dover
ISBN : 0486485366
Genre : Design
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Chintz originally referred to tightly woven, glazed material, with or without patterns, but today it generally indicates large-scale floral fabrics. Widely used in decorating, chintz bears a homey, shabby-chic appeal. This new collection offers nearly 200 examples, created for the textile industry by a top New York design house. Includes a bonus CD-ROM.

Trade Goods

Author : Alice Baldwin Beer
ISBN : UCAL:B3258773
Genre : Chintz
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Calico Chintz

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ISBN : 0937311359
Genre : Art
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Quilts are a preeminent American art form. Pieced, applique, or whole cloth, made either from yards of expensive imported cloths or small remnants of dressmaking fabrics, even lowly feed sacks, quilted bedcovers help tell the story of the nation from colonial times through the Great Depression of the 1930s. The study of quilts and quiltmaking reveals not only the richness of America's cultural diversity but also brings to light significant aspects of the social history and cultural identity of women in the United States. The magnificent quilts in the Patricia S. Smith Collection are rare early examples. Created before 1850, when colorful printed cottons were prestige fabrics imported from England and France, they fill an important gap in our knowledge of early quilts and the textiles used to make them. In a comprehensive essay, Renwick Gallery curator Jeremy Adamson discusses the origins and history of printed textiles in quilts made before 1850.

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