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Item Details
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Culture
American
Title
Silk brocade portiere
Work Type
Portiere, curtain
Date
1893
Material
Silk, woven, jacquard, brocade
Description
Silk brocade portiere made by the Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art (a predecessor to Thomas Jefferson University) for the Chicago Columbia Exhibition of 1893 (aka, the Chicago World's Fair). Included in the design are the words, "Designed and Woven in the Industrial School of the Pennsylvania Museum" and "Virtue, Independence, Liberty." Woven in grey and cream. Designed by William Laird Turner, Instructor in Jacquard Sketching and Designing.
Repository
Textile and Costume Collection, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
ID Number
Accession Number: 1974.18.2
Rights
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File Properties
File Name
1974.18.1,2,3,4.jpg
SSID
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