Chintz in the Fries Museum - Sits, Katoen in Bloei 2017
Chintz skirt & jacket combination, worn with fichu and skirt of 'oostindisch bont', indian checkered fabric.
English(?) contouche, or house robe of linen, printed with chintz methods, 1750-1780. Collection page: https://www.modemuze.nl/collecties/huiskleed-contouche-van-linnen-met-motieven-op-witte-grond-en-contouren-rood
Wentke from Hindeloopen. Collection page: https://www.modemuze.nl/collecties/sitsen-hindeloper-wentke-vrouwenjas-motieven-op-witte-grond-contouren-zwart-en-rood
Ensemble of informal jacket and skirt. Jackets like these were most likely worn as 'undress', informal wear. The sleeves are of higher quality Indian chintz, the main part of the jacket of european cotton. Jacket: 1740-1770. Collection page:https://www.modemuze.nl/collecties/informeel-vrouwenjak-met-rijgsluiting-lijf-van-bedrukt-katoen-en-mouwen-van-indiase-sits
Sunhat lined in chintz, the outside would only show a border. Shape is specific to Friesland, where a large lace cap in the same shape (Duitse muts) would be worn underneath.
Girl's ensemble of red ground chintz jacket and chintz skirt. Fabric jacket: India, 1725-1775, jacket ca. 1760.
Details of Wentke from Hindeloopen for heavy mourning.
Wentke from Hindeloopen for heavy mourning.
Quilted bed-spread of chintz.
Reproduction of a pampelmore (tree of life), originally included in a quilt. Made with authenthic chintz techniques.