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Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

The Quick quilt's vase seems transferred whole from the print.

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Another Ubiquitous Basket Chintz

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

In the center of a chintz quilt in the collection of the Genessee Valley

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

In the center of a chintz quilt in the collection of the Genessee Valley

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Quilt signed C.A.C., 1853 Collection of the National Museum of American Art Smithsonian Institution I spent some time last year gathering pictures of quilts ...

Solomon's Crown

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

1844 Anna E.W. Sterling, Trenton, New Jersey

Broderie Perse or Chintz Applique quilt sold by Northeast Auctions. Not much is known about it but my first guess was "Carolinas, 1830-1850."

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Past Perfect: Gay Bomers

book Old Quilts, found in Baltimore in the Clark family

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

This basket in the Covey family quilt is a combination of chintz

Stars in Her Crown Pattern Posts & Links

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Along the left side in a quilt pictured in William Dunton's

There is a signature overall design format with some being nearly identical. Style and details point to one hand, but was that hand Catherine Garnhart's?

Morris Hexathon 15: Kelmscott Tile

From the Freehold Baptist Church, Monmouth County, New Jersey, dated 1852.

Once marketed as a "Mary Evans quilt"

After the birds, trees and flowers were printed by roller, backgrounds were added with padded blocks we call blotches. Eaton calls it a dipped blue ground.

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Chintz-applique basket from the group of quilts

Collection: NMAH at the Smithsonian

Center from an English quilt advertised in the Clarion magazine by Woodard & Greenstein in 1987.

A yellow colorway?

Quilts of Carolyn König

Chintz Fabric

Washington On Horseback

From the Cooper-Hewitt collection. Wacky bird---a peacock crossed with a cockatoo? The caption indicates the print was made about .

collection of the McCarls.

Dark Ground Chintzes #5: Earliest Dates

Dahlia Bouquet Chintz: Another Ubiquitous Fabric

Primrose Path #2: Foral Motifs on Early Chintz

American Quilt, Quilting Projects, Tulips, Tulips Flowers, Tulip

In the Winterthur Museum catalog Printed Textiles, Linda Eaton describes these popular prints as variations on the style of Exotic Islands.

A woven basket perhaps

Chintz Fabric

Morris Hexathon 23: North End Crescent | Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE | Bloglovin'

One might suspect that one seamstress was making use of the fragments, perhaps a professional needlewoman who made the most of her scraps, stitching or ...

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Stuffed Work Quilting

(1) & (2) Pair of quilts by the Boyle Sisters.

MATERIAL CULTURE: Pillar Prints Antique Quilts, Vintage Textiles, Vintage Quilts, Chintz Fabric

Early Circular Pieced Designs

One might suspect that one seamstress was making use of the fragments, perhaps a professional needlewoman who made the most of her scraps, stitching or ...

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Thinking Vertically

Elizabeth Dahle, Baltimore, from the Maryland project.

Sunflowers & Chintz

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Above & below from a Vermont auction house:

Dark Ground Chintzes #1: Peter Floud

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn | Chintz fabric and Quilts | Chintz fabric, Fabric, Quilts

A woven basket perhaps

We are bringing some chintz panels to make a group medallion that we may auction off for AQSG in the fall. I'm bringing this panel from Collections for a ...

1806 printed at Bannister Hall Printworks Chintz Fabric, Bannister, Panel Curtains, Antique Quilts

(10) Medallion by Jane W. Leche, Virginia Quilt Museum,

An Eagle Quilt by Charlotte Angus

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Ubiquitous Chintzes - The Silver Urn

Feathered Star of Bethlehem painted during

A Lacy Leafy Chintz Stripe

PHEASANT with FRUIT FLORAL Vintage Fabric 2 Yards Home Decor Chintz Fabric, Ralph Lauren Fabric

One Ubiquitous Leaf Print. The original print

There was a time when one could not run a Presidential campaign without a red bandanna. Benjamin Harrison & Levi Morton ran on an "America First" platform ...

Block-printed furniture chintz with alternating stripes of pillars and roses. This curtain is part of a larger set of bedhangings with 3 matching slipcovers ...

Quilt from the Massachusetts Project and the Quilt Index,

Irish Chain Plus Chintz Border

Antique Crimson Red & Blue Roses Medallion Cotton Fabric ~ Unique ~ Unused in Antiques | eBay

(6) Tree-of-Life chintz quilt in the MESDA collection above has a bouquet blooming on a branch.

Morris The Earthly Paradise

The Charleston Museum — Lowcountry South Carolina chintz appliqué quilts.

Like this one in a chintz quilt from the Montgomery County

Chintzes for the Portuguese 7: Conclusions

Barbara Brackman's MATERIAL CULTURE: Every Early Repro Collection Needs... Document Printing,

The more I look at these chintz quilts the more I see professional seamstresses and/or designers who made the whole fashion possible.

The South American Market

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From the collection of the New York Historical Society

Top in the Whig's Defeat design, Turkey red and a fugitive blue. About 1900. What did people call these inexpensive solid cottons with a low thread count?

a little update as fashion changed.

I'd call that double border stripe a Portuguese Print. From Portugal or For Portugal? It depends on the time.

Quilt fragment Category: Textiles (Furnishing) Place of Origin: New England, United States, North America Sec.

But not everybody is a skilled artist.

Botanizing #5: Six Similar Samplers

Textiles and the Triplett Sisters

popular for the purpose.

Dark Ground Chintzes #4: What Color Is It?

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(26) Chintz quilt with Queen Victoria print in the center

Dark Ground Chintzes #5: Earliest Dates

Cut-Out Chintz Quilt with Sawtooth Border Artist unidentified Location: Pennsylvania Date: 1835–1850 Materials: Cotton Dimensions: 100 × 104"