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Black & white, c. 1550-1575, from Besford Court, Worcestershire, notes: still on a wall at Besford Court, also found lining a chest and a variant was recently found at Hampton Court

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This woodblock-printed wallpaper, hung at a private home around bears the arms of England as well as the Tudor rose, emblems of status and loyalty.

V&A, Wallpaper, 1509, Reconstruction of a piece of wallpaper with a conventional pomegranate design; incorporated within the design, the letter H and a goose (a rebus of Hugo Goes); Machine print on paper.

Wallpaper

V&A, Wallpaper, Reconstruction of a piece of wallpaper with a conventional pomegranate design; incorporated within the design, the letter H and a goose (a rebus of Hugo Goes); Machine print on paper.

Wallpaper design for Houses of Parliament, Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin

Wallpaper design for Houses of Parliament

Ceiling  Date: late 15th or early 16th century Geography: Made in, Tyrol, Austria

late or early century Geography: Made in Tyrol, Austria Culture: Austrian Medium: Red pine and paint

This striking Tudor textile with its design of a lattice of scrolls containing Tudor roses was probably part of a wall hanging.

Hanging

Hanging Place of origin: England, Great Britain Date: Materials and Techniques: Felted wool, applied silk and silk cord Museum number:

REPRODUCTION. Black & white, original c. 1509, based on original from The Master's Lodge, Christ's College, Cambridge.

Wallpaper

Black & white, original c. based on original from The Master's Lodge, Christ's College, Cambridge.

Piece  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: 18th century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk / Compound weave Classification: Textiles-Woven

Piece Period: Edo period Date: century Culture: Japan Medium: Silk / Compound weave Classification: Textiles-Woven Color palette for Sweet William

Worn tiles - Chateau Chenonceau - France That's wat happened with most of the majolica floortiles from Renaissancetime.

The very outside corner still had the original decorations, everything else has been worn bare.

Owlpen Manor. The famous Tudor manor house (1450-1616) stands in an early formal garden of magnificent yews at the heart of the estate, steeped in 900 years of history.

The famous Tudor manor house stands in an early formal garden of magnificent yews at the heart of the estate, steeped in 900 years of history.

Sash, printed, painted, dyed cotton, Deccan, 18th c. | V&A

[Sash, printed, painted and dyed cotton, Deccan, century © Victoria & Albert Museum.

Furnishing fabric | Dresser, Christopher | V&A Search the Collections

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