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Spitalfields silks of the 18th century and 19th century. by J F. Flanagan

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Published by F. Lewis in Leigh-on-Sea .
Written in English


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Get this from a library! Spitalfields silks.. [Moira Thunder;] -- 18th and 19th century silk textile pattern designs from the Spitalfields area of England from the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum. Antique Woven Textiles 17thth century. Eighteenth century Norwich worsted wool damasks and calimancoes; French and German weavings, Early eighteenth century Bizarre silks and dress or furnishing silk and velvets; 18th century Spitalfields silks. . Masters often sub-contracted out work to homeworkers, so that by the end of the 18th Century, many silkweavers were employed in their own homes, using patterns and silk provided by masters, and paid weekly. Later still there developed middlemen or factors, who bought woven silks at lowest prices and sold them to wholesale dealers. This led to lowerFile Size: KB. 18th century: Bizarre Silk: fantastical, lush flowers in foliage of two vertical vines. Typical of Bizarre silks, the unusual motifs are highlighted by ribbed damask-weave shadow throughout the grassy, emerald green ground, subtly echoing the brocaded design of silver filé and frisé metal-wrapped threads, yellow, white, and coral silk floss pins.