Tented Stripe c.1845

Originally produced as a design on fabric, the larger scale production of this classic 19th Century stripe was a natural development from the early 'open trough' printing method referred to in ‘Broad Stripe’. Its name is taken from the Regency fashion of hanging fabrics in a room to create a 'tented' effect. The proportion of the elements within these stripes was typically fairly consistent, but the scale on which they were reproduced (and used) varied considerably. Having been shown extensively in its own right as a stripe, the design was subsequently popularised as a background to a range of larger overprinted designs, including French damasks.
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