Hand-blockprinted Textiles: Phyllis Barron and Dorothy Larcher
|Collection||Crafts Study Centre|
|Textile Printer||Barron and Larcher|
|Description||Jacket made from hand-blockprinted Chinese silk. The jacket has long sleeves, and a v-neckline, which is bound with black and hand-stitched in cream. There is a slit at the bottom of both side seams. The front is closed with six frogged buttons.|
|Id Number Current Accession||T.74.15|
|Location Creation Site||Painswick, Gloucestershire, UK|
|Subject||printed textiles, jacket, costume|
|Measurements||60 x 102 centimetres|
|Dye||gall, iron, muriate of tin|
|History||The Chinese silk was obtained through Messrs. Franks, Camomile Street., London.
The jacket was bought by Muriel Rose.
|Rights Owner||Crafts Study Centre/Crafts Study Centre 2004|
|Style Period Period||1920s|
|Process||Galled silk dyed in iron, printed with muriate of tin to discharge the design.|