Jupon ramoneur «Bonnes herbes», fin XVIIIe siècle, vers 1790. Belle impression en 9 couleurs sur coton brun à la plaque de cuivre. Fleurs blanches en réserve et rose vif sur fond de branches de corail.… - Thierry de Maigret - 24/03/2016
petticoat ca. 1570-1575 via The Victoria & Albert Museum “Although it is hand-drawn, the simple treatment of the design on this skirt almost gives the appearance of a block-print. Unusually for a chintz fabric, the black has been drawn directly onto the cloth. There is an East India Company stamp on top of the painted design on one side of the petticoat. Black designs like this were probably intended as mourning wear.”
Fries Sheepvaart Museum, Netherlands Jaket of polished chintz. Lined with checkered linen. The chintz has a lilac ground with flowers and plants in the colors red, blue, green, ocher, white. The round neckline is plunging. The jacket closes for 14 hooks and eyes. The shot has been cut at the hips and spine creased. Three-quarter sleeves. The front is extended.