54 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 47 are shown here).
For a boy: white cotton/viscose printed in indigo/ red/ blue/ ochre with graphics relating to American music; St Michael brand made in the UK for Marks and Spencer, ca. 1976
Shawl, probably for a Greek, in Fokine's ballet Daphnis and Chloe designed by Leon Bakst, Diaghilev Ballet 1912.
Jacket for a woman, indigo-dyed plain weave cotton with blue neck piping, Hong Kong, ca.1946.
Textile, sample, plain indigo-dyed cotton, Satara, ca. 1862
Textile, sample, plain cotton dyed with indigo, Satara, ca. 1855-1879
Textile, fragment, indigo-dyed muslin, possibly Bengal, ca. 1855-1879
Furnishing fabric panel of mordant and resist-dyed painted cotton, made in India, 18th century
Skirt cloth (Sarung) of wax-resist, indigo-dyed and printed cotton, Java, ca. 1900
Panel 'Release' of batik-dyed cotton, designed and made by Noel Dyrenforth, Great Britain, 1981.
Fragments of indigo dyed cotton, possibly England or United States, 1760-1770s
Indigo-dyed starch-resist textile, Nigeria, 1960-1964
Indigo-dyed and starch-resist textile, West Africa, 1960-1964
Indigo resist-dye over multicoloured printed cotton, West Africa, 1960-1964
Textile sample of tie-dyed and indigo dyed cotton, made by Susan Bosence, Dartington Hall, Great Britain, ca. 1961
printed C, block, 1838-1845c, English?; Indigo discharge, pattern as T 225-1921
printed C, block, 1838-1845c, English?; Indigo discharge, chrome yellow vase, flowers,bird
printed linen, 1890s, German; 18 century designs in Lubeck museum, indigo/white
Block-printed cotton 'Borage', designed by William Morris, printed at Morris & Co., England, 1883
Indigo blue denim jeans, flared, Levi Strauss & Co., United States, ca. 1975.
'Morning Mist', indigo-dyed linen hanging supported by two metal poles, Shihoko Fukumoto, Kyoto, 2006.
Furnishing fabric of plate printed cotton, printed by Nixon & Company, England, 1770-1789.
Sample of indigo tie-dyed cotton, made under the direction of Susan Bosence, probably made in Dartington, ca. 1961
Sample of indigo tied-dyed and sewn cotton, made under the direction of Susan Bosence, probably made in Dartington, ca. 1961
Printed cotton in Batik resist style with indigo blue ground, possibly a skirt length. Selvedge borders have small swans in dark red, all facing left, while the main field has a repeat pattern of two large swans swimming in two rows in dark red with either side a number of lily pads also in red. Two selvedges.
Printed cotton, possibly skirt fabric, with dark blue 'indigo' ground with scattered assorted motifs in brown highlighted in blue and white of small circles, large open butterflies, bunches of fruit, sprouting bulb forms, stylised birds, 12-pronged rosettes and four-legged amorphous shapes. Two selvedges.
Noren of indigo-dyed ramie, made by Utsuki Ken'ichi, Kyoto, 1989
Kimono, titled 'Ise' by Shimura Fukumi, plain weave tsumugi (hand-spun floss) silk, Japan, 1988
Pelmet, indigo blue plain weave cotton with stencilled resist-dyed decoration, China, Jiangsu Province, ca. 1981