Tuesday, February 23, 2016

19th Century conversationals .....crescent to floral

Some of these may be duplicates of previously posted fabrics.  It includes more pictures of the 19th Century shirt made from Edmund Potter 'cheater' fabric.  It's a men's shirt and it's at a museum in UK (can't think of which one at the moment, possibly in Derbyshire)
 1885 American Print Works, Fall River, Mass. Judie Rothermel did this one circa 2003.

 1883 Edmund Potter & Son, Manchester, UK

 1883 Edmund Potter 'cheater'

 1883 Edmund Potter 'cheater'


Originally posted on Civil War by Barbara Brackman.  Judie Rothermel did this one in 2000, Miniature Collectables.

Originally posted on Civil War by Barbara Brackman

 1883 J.C.F (silk)

 1885 Hazlet

 1845, France

 late 19th entury

 1850, UK toile, Storming the Bastille





1882 Bayley & Craven, UK




Aunt 'Reen said...

Wonderful conversation prints!
Very interesting to see that men's shirt.
I've only seen 2 of these prints before the rest were all new to me.
Thank you so much for sharing these fascinating and fun fabrics!

Wendy Caton Reed said...

Superb finds as usual. I was just going to send you that sample sheet from France c1845. I found it on Pinterest yesterday. Love it! Have a great day.

Anonymous said...

Love that first one! And the feathers, and the blue fish. Great prints I'd like right now. =)