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Dress fabric | Garthwaite, Anna Maria | V&A Search the Collections, silk, 1749

Dress fabric | Garthwaite, Anna Maria | V&A Search the Collections

Image of dress fabric, designed by anna maria garthwaite. spitalfields, london, england, 1749 by V&A Images

MANTUA DRESS – Detail of fabric from white silk mantua dress, 1746-1750 | Shop now at surfaceview.co.uk

Detail of fabric from white, silk, mantua dress; Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London

Fabric piece  National Trust Inventory Number 1350698 Date	1760 - 1770 Materials	Silk Collection	Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Fabric piece National Trust Inventory Number 1350698 Date 1760 - 1770 Materials Silk Collection Snowshill Wade Costume Collection, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)

Dress. Cotton, embroidered w/ silk, chain stitch. Linen lining. #T391-1970. Done in Gujarat, western India, by professional craftsmen of the Mochi community, using  a tambour hook & a needle.  Fabric 1740-1760, Dress 1780.

Gown

Embroidered cotton dress, India and England, ca. Cotton, embroidered with silk thread using chain stitch, lined with linen.

Gown      Place of origin:      Spitalfields, England (woven)     Date:      1740s (made)     1780s (altered)     Artist/Maker:      Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (textile, designer)

Gown

Spitalfields, England (woven) Date: (made) (altered) Artist/Maker: Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (textile, designer) Materials and Techniques: Brocaded satin in coloured silks Credit Line: Given by Mrs Olive FurnivallGown

Royal  The original is a coloured design drawing on paper signed: Anna Maria Garthwaite 1744. The design was intended to be woven as a brocaded silk on light ground by the silk manufactories at Spitalsfiled outside London. The drawing is preserved in the collections of Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

historically accurate silk fabric for the century: Royal Turkos embroidered silk fabric from Duran Textiles

Sack back gown | Anna Maria Garthwaite | V Search the Collections 1752

Fancy dress

Sack back gown Place of origin:Spitalfields, England (made) (designed and made) Artist/Maker:Anna Maria Garthwaite, born 1690 - died 1763 (silk, designer) Simon Julins (weaver) Materials and Techniques:Brocaded silk, muslin

Dress fabric with floral branch pattern, designed by Anna Maria Garthwaite (1690-1763). Silk. Spitalfields, London, England, 1748.

Image of dress fabric with floral branch pattern, designed by anna maria garthwaite. spitalfields, london, england, 1748 by V&A Images

Textile design with flowers. Brocaded silk. Spitalfields, London, England, 1760-70.

Image of textile design with flowers. spitalfields, london, england, late century by V&A Images

Design | Garthwaite, Anna Maria | V&A Search the Collections

Design

Highly-skilled weavers made this silk dress fabric in Spitalfields, London, in the 1750s. Spitalfields was the heart of the English silk industry in the 18th century. Wealthy men and women bought rich, patterned fabrics (sometimes decorated with costly metal threads) for their waistcoats, dresses and furnishings, as well as unpatterned silk taffetas and silk satins. Families with modest disposable incomes could afford smaller items, such as ribbons and handkerchiefs.

Dress fabric

Dress fabric, Brocaded silk with silk and metal threads. Made in Spitalfields, England circa

Dress fabric, brocaded silk, Spitalfields, 1750-2

Dress fabric

Dress fabric of brocaded silk with coloured silks and silver thread, Spitalfields, London, ca.

Dress fabric, Brocaded silk with silk and metal threads.  Made in Spitalfields, England circa 1750-60.

Dress fabric

Dress fabric, Brocaded silk with silk and metal threads. Made in Spitalfields, England circa

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