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Damask Collection

Background imageDamask Collection: SYRIA. Damascus. Hazem Palace. Damascus (17th

SYRIA. Damascus. Hazem Palace. Damascus (17th c.). Painting

Background imageDamask Collection: Waringstown, the Home of the Damask Weaving Industry

Waringstown, the Home of the Damask Weaving Industry - a street scene of the main street with horse vehicle broadside in the middle of the road

Background imageDamask Collection: Adverts, five Scottish businesses

Adverts, five Scottish businesses
Adverts for R E Walker, Reid & Co Limited, Albany Works, Dunfermline, Inglis & Co, textile manufacturers, Dunfermline, Andrew Reid & Co, Pilmuir Works, Dunfermline, Hay and Robertson

Background imageDamask Collection: Advert, Hay and Robertson, Dunfermline, Scotland

Advert, Hay and Robertson, Dunfermline, Scotland
Advert for Hay and Robertson, Linen and Cotton Manufacturers, St Margarets Works, Dunfermline, Scotland. 1905

Background imageDamask Collection: Sofa

Sofa
Mahogany sofa carved with scrolls and an anthemion cresting, upholstered in modern red damask, made in England c.1830. Date: c.1830

Background imageDamask Collection: A Damask hand loom, linen production, Victorian period

A Damask hand loom, linen production, Victorian period

Background imageDamask Collection: Linen manufacture, Damask hand loom

Linen manufacture, Damask hand loom

Background imageDamask Collection: Ocean liner, First Class damask bed sheet

Ocean liner, First Class damask bed sheet
OCEAN LINER: Unusual Royal Mail Liner First-Class damask bed sheet. 74ins. x 54ins

Background imageDamask Collection: Royal Mail ocean liner First Class damask bed sheet

Royal Mail ocean liner First Class damask bed sheet
OCEAN LINERS: Royal Mail Liner First Class damask bed sheet. 74ins. 54ins

Background imageDamask Collection: Harrods Advertisement

Harrods Advertisement
An illustrated advertisement for Harrods Ltd, promoting some luxurious furniture, including the Belville easy chair in Damask or tapestry

Background imageDamask Collection: White Star Line - napkin ring and damask napkin

White Star Line - napkin ring and damask napkin
White Star Line - Second Class napkin ring with Maltese Cross, and damask napkin with words White Star Line plus stars featured. 22 x 22 inches

Background imageDamask Collection: White Star Line - damask tablecloth

White Star Line - damask tablecloth
White Star Line - large embroidered damask tablecloth with central motif and Greek key border. 82 x 48 inches. Date: 1920s

Background imageDamask Collection: Cunard White Star - First Class damask tablecloth

Cunard White Star - First Class damask tablecloth in Art Deco style

Background imageDamask Collection: Cunard and Union Castle, damask tablecloths

Cunard and Union Castle, damask tablecloths, 6x6 feet (Cunard) and 20x20 inches (Union Castle)

Background imageDamask Collection: Bridal dress from Fenwick's

Bridal dress from Fenwick's
A bridal dress from Fenwick's, New Bond Street, in fancy satin damask with simulated paysanne corselet. Date: circa 1939

Background imageDamask Collection: Tea rose hybrid, La France, Rosa ? odorata

Tea rose hybrid, La France, Rosa ? odorata
Tea rose hybrid, La France, Rosa ?? odorata. Chromolithograph from an illustration by Desire Bois from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imageDamask Collection: Roman-style wall hanging, circa 1900

Roman-style wall hanging, circa 1900. Valance sheet, lambrequin drapes, brocatelle curtains. Planche 6. Croisee Style Roman. Cantonniere drap, application meme etoffe

Background imageDamask Collection: Luxury Egyptian-style wall hangings, circa 1900

Luxury Egyptian-style wall hangings, circa 1900. Painted wood and lacquer pelmet, satin lambrequin, velvet curtain, decoration with ancient Egyptian flower motifs. Planche 1. Croisee Genre Egyptien

Background imageDamask Collection: Young womens dresses, 1913

Young womens dresses, 1913
Young womens dresses: one in white crepon and orange taffeta, the other in embroidered white fabric. Robes de jeunes filles: l une en crepon blanc et taffetas orange, l autre en drap blanc brode

Background imageDamask Collection: Woman in pink damask cape trimmed with blue fox

Woman in pink damask cape trimmed with blue fox, black paradise hairdress, in front of a bonsai tree and shoji screen. Manteau de damas rose garni de renard bleu, coiffure de paradis noirs

Background imageDamask Collection: Girl in blue velvet jacket trimmed with skunk

Girl in blue velvet jacket trimmed with skunk, with white suede gaiters. Manteau de fillette en velours bleu garni de skungs, guetres de suede blanc

Background imageDamask Collection: Woman in velvet cape, damask dress and pink slippers

Woman in velvet cape, damask dress and pink slippers
Woman in white velvet cape embroidered with pearls, white damask dress and pink slippers in front of Chinese lacquer screen

Background imageDamask Collection: Woman in dress of corn-yellow velvet with black waistcoat

Woman in dress of corn-yellow velvet with black waistcoat
Woman in dress of corn-yellow velvet with little waistcoat of black velvet. Robe de velours mais, petite veste de velours noir bordee de vair

Background imageDamask Collection: Mary Stuart of Scotland, wife of King Francis

Mary Stuart of Scotland, wife of King Francis II of France, 1542-1587. She wears a lace cap, green surtout with shoulder pads and band of gold embroidery, damask petticoat

Background imageDamask Collection: Anne of Pisseleu, Duchess of Etampes, mistress

Anne of Pisseleu, Duchess of Etampes, mistress of King Francis I, 1508-1580. She wears a chaperon headdress, velvet surtout with lace ruff collar, jeweled choker

Background imageDamask Collection: Damask rose and single yellow rose

Damask rose and single yellow rose
Damask rose, Rosa damascena basilica, and single yellow rose, Rosa lutea simplex. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from an illustration drawn from nature by Stark from Friedrich Johann Bertuchs

Background imageDamask Collection: Cabbage rose or Damask rose, Rosa centifolia

Cabbage rose or Damask rose, Rosa centifolia. Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David Blair from Robert Bentley and Henry Trimens Medicinal Plants, London, 1880

Background imageDamask Collection: Apothecarys rose or crimson damask rose

Apothecarys rose or crimson damask rose, Rosa gallica var. officinalis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Willibald Artus Hand-Atlas sammtlicher mediinisch-pharmaceutischer Gewachse

Background imageDamask Collection: Damask rose, Rosa x damascena, and white rose, Rosa alba

Damask rose, Rosa x damascena, and white rose, Rosa alba. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Dr. Willibald Artus Hand-Atlas sammtlicher mediinisch-pharmaceutischer Gewachse

Background imageDamask Collection: Walnut armchair

Walnut armchair with a lyre-shaped back carved with a stylised scallop shell, with a drop-in seat upholstered in modern green damask, probably made in London c.1740. Date: c.1740

Background imageDamask Collection: Still Life with a Gilt Cup, 1635, by Willem Claesz Heda (159

Still Life with a Gilt Cup, 1635, by Willem Claesz Heda (159
Willem Claesz Heda (1594-1680). Dutch painter. Still Life with a Gilt Cup, 1635. Detail. Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam. Holland

Background imageDamask Collection: A Damask Napkin Handloom Weaver, Waringstown

A Damask Napkin Handloom Weaver, Waringstown - man operating a loom inside. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Waringstown). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageDamask Collection: Lord in the court of King John II of France

Lord in the court of King John II of France, Jean le Bon, 14thC.. Handcolored copperplate drawn and engraved by Leopold Massard from French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days, Massard, Mifliez

Background imageDamask Collection: Two women in Paris fashions

Two women in Paris fashions -- a brown cape, a green dress, a blue coat and feathered hats. circa 1850s

Background imageDamask Collection: Double Damask Napkin Power Loom, Waringstown

Double Damask Napkin Power Loom, Waringstown - an interior shot of a lady operating a power loom. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Waringstown). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageDamask Collection: Punching Pattern Cards for Double Damask Weaving, Waringstow

Punching Pattern Cards for Double Damask Weaving, Waringstow
Punching Pattern Cards forDouble Damask Weaving, Waringstown - an interior shot of a man punching pattern cards for damask weaving. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Waringstown)

Background imageDamask Collection: 10 1 / 4 Double Damask Power Loom, Waringstown

10 1 / 4 Double Damask Power Loom, Waringstown
10 1/4 Double Damask Power Loom, Waringstown - an interior shot of a man operating a power loom. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Waringstown). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageDamask Collection: An Early Damask Weaver Settlers House, Waringstown

An Early Damask Weaver Settlers House, Waringstown - a picture of a two storied thatched dwelling in Waringstown. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Waringstown). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageDamask Collection: Weaving a Damask Tablecloth on Cottage Handloom

Weaving a Damask Tablecloth on Cottage Handloom - showing a man operating the loom inside. (Location: Northern Ireland: County Down: Waringstown). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageDamask Collection: Damask Looms

Damask Looms - a view of a series of damask looms in a spinning mill. (Location: Ireland). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageDamask Collection: Calendering Damask

Calendering Damask - a view of a man operating a calender machine in the spinning mill. (Location: Ireland). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageDamask Collection: Military costume of an officer in the court of Frederick III

Military costume of an officer in the court of Frederick III.. Handcolored illustration drawn and lithographed by Paul Mercuri with text by Camille Bonnard from Historical Costumes from the 12th to

Background imageDamask Collection: Blanche of Navarre, queen consort of France, 1330-1398

Blanche of Navarre, queen consort of France, 1330-1398.. Handcolored copperplate drawn and engraved by Leopold Massard from French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days, Massard, Mifliez, Paris, 1834

Background imageDamask Collection: Agnes de Loisy, wife of Jean Chastelain de

Agnes de Loisy, wife of Jean Chastelain de Terote, died 1358.. Handcolored copperplate drawn and engraved by Leopold Massard from French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days, Massard, Mifliez

Background imageDamask Collection: Louis X the Quarreller, King of France, 1289-1316

Louis X the Quarreller, King of France, 1289-1316.. Handcolored copperplate drawn and engraved by Leopold Massard from French Costumes from King Clovis to Our Days, Massard, Mifliez, Paris, 1834

Background imageDamask Collection: English noble, 16th century, in damask coat

English noble, 16th century, in damask coat lined with fur, scarlet belt, ruff and black hat.. From a woodcut by Cesare Vecellio. Handcolored illustration by E

Background imageDamask Collection: Dress of the reign of King Henry III, 1216-1272

Dress of the reign of King Henry III, 1216-1272.. She wear a crimson fur-lined mantle over a blue and white damask dress, crown of roses, veil and wimple

Background imageDamask Collection: Coronation thrones, 1911

Coronation thrones, 1911
The thrones used for the enthronisation stage of the ceremony during the coronation of King George V in June 1911. These would be used following the crowning of the King on St



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