Cotton And Linen

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A length of Morris & Co. printed linen
Trent, designed by John Henry Dearle (1859-1932) in 1888, and block printed at Merton Abbey. It was, according to Linda Parry... ‘The most expens...
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Peta Smyth Antique Textiles
Articulated Torso
A male upper torso tailors display model. Heavy chromed base with extending and locking rod, articulated sprung arms, original linen and vinyl cov...
Drew Pritchard Antiques Ltd.
18th-century Portuguese embroidery
Castello Branco, 18th century, originally used as a colcha (marriage quilt) cover. Silk embroidery on strong linen. A graceful array of flowers and...
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Legge Carpets Ltd.
French Beauvais Tapestry.
French Eighteenth Century Beauvais tapestry reminiscent of Jean- Baptiste Le Prince.
Panache Antiques
Stella Artois Tennis Flag
From the Queens club tennis tournament
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Manfred Schotten Antiques
Fine Naive Needlework House Portrait
Coloured Wools on Linen Inscribed and Dated ‘SOUTH FARM WITHCALL 1942’ Signed ‘ELIZABETH BAILEY’
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Robert Young Antiques
Rare Brass Bound Striped Louis Vuitton Trunk
A rare Louis Vuitton striped canvas trunk with leather trim, brass fittings and interior base re-lined. Circa 1885. Dimensions: 80 cm (length) ...
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A Modern Lightweight Canvas Golf Bag in a Vintage 1930's Style
Ref:24246 CANVAS GOLF BAG IN A VINTAGE 1930’s STYLE. If you need a lightweight golf bag and want to stand out from the crowd then this traditio...
Manfred Schotten Antiques
“Shoe Chair” by David Bury
“Shoe Chair” by David Bury. Upholstered in tiger velvet.
Holly Johnson Antiques
19th Century Large Parcel Gilt Sofa
A large parcel gilt sofa. Circa 1900 with design elements of the late 17th century. The cabriole supports with parcel gilt decoration. Totally reup...
Windsor House Antiques Ltd
Printed Textiles: British and American Cottons and Linens 1700-1850
The Winterthur Museum’s richly illustrated history of British and American fabrics made or used from 1700–1850 is a visual reference for design...
Potterton Books