If you found enough antique textiles maybe you also have interest in searching the Amazon database for Vintage Clothing Designs. Or if you have interest in a wide variety of antiques, the following page of Antiques may be of interest to you.
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Antique fabric: Antique
and vintage fabric, trims and feedsacks. Antique
fabrics from the mid-19th century through the 1960's. While they specialize
in cottons for quilters, they also have a selection of 1930's-50's rayons
for costumes and swing era dresses; lawn, dimity and organza for doll costumers;
and silks, satins and brocades for crazy quilters. They also offer
vintage feedsacks, antique cigarette silks, lace, trims and buttons.
Carol Lane:Saber Designs: Offers vintage and antique Japanese silk, brocade, kasuri, shibori, yukata and embroidered wedding satins. Carol Lane-Saber Designs (also known as Saber's Japanese Textiles) is owned by Carol and Jerry Saber of Port Ludlow, Washington. In the 1980's, Carol owned and operated a wholesale clothing company (Carol Lane & Company). Strongly influenced by stories of Asian life and cultures told to her as a child by her missionary grandparents, she first went to Japan in 1985 to further her knowledge of textile dyeing and stenciling techniques. In 1989 she started a small pattern company, creating contemporary clothing and quilt patterns utilizing Japanese traditions and textiles. She has taught classes in fabric manipulation and embellishment as well as fabric dyeing techniques throughout the Southwest and Pacific Coast regions of the United States and in Japan.
Carol Telfer Antique Quilts and Textiles: Specializes in a wide variety of antique textiles including quilts, hooked rugs, woven blankets, needlework samplers and folk art.
Joanna Miller Antique Tapestry: Antique tapestry wallhangings including late 19th century French tapestries of hunting, animals, and romantic scenes.
M. Finkel & Daughter:
Dealer of antique samplers, needlework and silk embroidery website provides
a wealth of information and research on antique American schoolgirl samplers,
needlework and silk embroideries. Morris Finkel
first opened an antiques store on Pine Street in Philadelphia in November
of 1947, continuing a family tradition in the antiques trade. Pine Street
had been the historic antiques district in Philadelphia for over one hundred
years and was obviously the perfect location for a business selling period
antiques. Located at the corner of 10th and Pine Streets, the business began
and remains in a circa 1810 building with two floors of antique furniture
from the 18th and 19th centuries, a large collection of period accessories
and most importantly, an internationally acclaimed selection of antique
samplers, needlework and silk embroideries from the 17th through the mid
19th centuries, which is now the cornerstone of the business. In 1975,
daughter, Amy Finkel, joined him, making this business a true family venture.
Maya Silks: Antique Japanese silks, including kimonos and obi pillows. Kimono Pillows - The finest antique silk kimono are carefully selected in designing our pillows. Each in handcrafted with beautiful workmanship. Obi Pillows - Our Obi pillows are treated in the same way as their Single Diamond Design kimono pillows, except that they have modified the orientation of the appliqued diamond piece on the front panel. Each pillow is designed to sit on its corner, with the finest ones highlighted with a single dangling jade ball and silk tassel.
Pamela Simon Vintage Collection: Features dozens of vintage American fabrics, on the bolt, from the 1930s through the 1960s, including Art Deco florals, barkcloth tropicals, and 1950s atomic patterns.
Revival fabrics: Vintage fabrics from the 1920s:1970s including cotton, retro, silk, polyester, barkcloth, dotted swiss, rayon, organdy, and home decorating textiles.
Sharon's Antiques: Assortment of vintage and antique fabrics, feedsacks, linens, quilts and other textiles.
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