Cheney Brothers textile design point paper


Cheney Brothers textile design point paper. This is the weave draft of the design for a satin damask upholstery fabric with a Louis XVI style pattern, in rose, T2841. The donation also includes the original painted textile design for this fabric (T2839) and a sample of the finished cloth. This draft has been had painted on the gridded textile design paper for guiding the punching of the jacquard cards and threading the loom.

Original cataloging: draft of design #2839, the enlarged and finished draft painted on textile design paper for fabric #2841

Date Made: 1916

Maker: Cheney Brothers

Location: Currently not on view

Place Made: United States: Connecticut, Manchester, South Manchester

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Credit Line: Gift of Cheney Brothers

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: TE.T02840.00QCatalog Number: T02840.00QAccession Number: 59368Catalog Number: T02840.000

Object Name: Pattern Draftpoint papertextile design

Physical Description: paper; pigment (overall material)painted (overall production method/technique)


Record Id: nmah_644434

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