320 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Disposable nappy liner
Pack of Paddi Pads, disposable nappy liner designed by Valerie Hunter-Gordon, manufactured by Robinson & Sons, in England ca 1950-1969.
Pants to be worn over a nappy 6-12 months, printed with face of Barak Obama, made by Twisted Twee, London, England, 2008
Romper suit for a baby made by Oh Baby London, Brick Lane. Black and white striped with slogan 'Been inside for 9 months' across the front. 2008
For a baby: soft white plastic with elasticated waist and legs and fastening with white plastic press studs either side at the front; Marigold brand made in England, 1978-79
Triangular nappy of loosely woven white cotton and a long pile central panel, probably 'Stork', probably USA, 1910-1924
Rectanguar nappy of white terry towelling and with two stitched and two selvage edges, British, 1910-1924
Squeaker toy in the form of a standing negro baby with moulded hair and painted and moulded features; wearing a moulded and painted white nappy, red boots and belligerent expression; baby
Rectangular nappy of white terry towelling with two selvage and two lockstitched edges; Harringtons brand made in UK, 1957. Displayed with a safety pin from group Misc.759:7-1988
Nappy for a baby
Rectangular nappy of white terry towelling with one selvage and three machine hemmed edges; probably UK, about 1981
Nappy liner for a baby
Rectangular nappy liner of white machine-knitted cotton, with rounded corners and lockstitched edges; said to be Mothercare 'Ever-Dri', UK, about 1981
Rectangular disposable nappy liner of white fused tissue; said to be Boots brand, UK, about 1987
Rectangular nappy of white terry towelling with one selvage and three lockstitched edges; Harringtons brand made in the UK, 1960-75
Triangular nappy of white huckaback with inner panel of long pile towelling; STORK brand made in the USA, ca. 1924
Textile design, copy of a diaper from a picture by Carlo Crivelli, the property of Lord Ward, Metropolitan Male School Student Drawing
Full-size coloured design for narrow diamond-shaped framework filled with a quatrefoil flower, each petal of the flower having a trefoil outline. The pattern has been transferred to the paper by pricking
Sketches of decorative details suitable for borders with flowers and foliage, also an example of the 'Crace Diaper' and a fleur-de-lys within a lozenge.
Sketch design for decoration of a ceiling, with details given to a larger scale, The beams are shown decorated with fleur-de-lys within a decorative band. Between the beams are small diapers consisting of a looped card in the shape of a quatrefoil, which is entwined with four sprigs of foliage. At the centre is the initial 'C'
Design for a wallpaper, with a brick repeat pattern of white and green flower-and-leaf motifs, creating a diaper pattern; on a green ground; Watercolour and pencil, on paper; Paper squared in pencil; By Arthur Willcock (Wilcock); 1910-13.
Design for a wallpaper with a diaper pattern, created from grey lines with green dots, each lozenge containing a blue tree in a green pot, on a pale ground; Watercolour and pencil, on paper; By Arthur Willcock (Wilcock); 1910-13.
Table cloth of linen damask, possibly made in Scotland or Ireland, ca. 1750-1799
Attributed to Andien De Clermont, Design for the decoration of a retangular ceiling : huntress, monkeys, exotic birds, an owl, a squirrel, fruit and flower, etc. The border of a diapered pattern with grisaille figure medallions at the corners.
Met, China, vess/cont/holders
Of red and black lacquer, carved overall with a design of a bird, prunus sprays and camellias in black against a square diaper red ground.
NEST OF BOXES
Carved red lacquer, decorated with 'Shou Lao' and attendants in a landscape, set against a square diaper ground. The lower part with birds on prunus and camellia branches, also against a square diaper ground. The base, interior and tray in black.
Carved red lacquer. Figure in landscape.
Of red lacquer, carved overall with a sage and attendant in a landscape on the top and camellia sprays on the bottom, all against a square diaper ground.
Woo, China, lacquer, inlaid
Red lacquer carved on the top with conjurer producing a dragon from a bowl, with diaper backgrounds, and on the sides with key-fret borders.
One of a pair. Coral lacquer of Soochow, fashioned to represent a betel nut, carved with a landscape with figures, and diaper ornament.
One of a pair. Coral lacquer of Soochow, carved with diaper ornament.
Coral lacquer of Soochow, polygohal shape, carved with flowers in relief and with diaper ornament.
Coral lacquer of Soochow, lobed, carved with a landscape and figures in relief, and with diaper ornament.
Cotton embroidered pineapple fibre handkerchief with drawn work, made in Manila, Philippines, 19th century
Embroidered pineapple fibre handkerchief with lace and drawn work, made in Manila, Philippines, 1800-1850
Textile fragment of brocaded silk, Japan, first half of 19th century
Panel, figured silk, China, 20th century.
Textile fragment of brocaded silk in silk and gilt paper strips, Japan, first half of 19th century
Shirt, bamboo, cotton, silk, China, Qing dynasty, 19th century
Cloth of painted cotton, Rajasthan, 18th century-19th century
Shawl (dopatta), block-printed cotton, Gujarat, India, 1971-72
Palampore of painted cotton, Machilipatnam, early 19th century
Textile of printed cotton, Machilipatnam, 19th century
Textile of printed cotton, probably made in South India, 19th century
Shawl made of wool, Norwich, England, 19th century
Jacket (kabaja) of embroidered cotton and cut-work, made in Java, before 1918
Qanat or palampore of painted cotton chintz, Coromandel Coast, 18th century.
Eight pieces of cotton batik, Java, 19th century
Woo, China, lacquer, carved
ROUND BOX & COVER. Red-brown lacquer. From Yunnan.
Red lacquer, carved with a five-clawed dragon amid clouds, with waves and rocks below, against a square land diaper ground.
Red lacquer, carved on the front with a 'shou' character within a double square forming a star, surrounded by the eight precious objects on a diaper ground, the border with eight panels, each with a four-clawed dragon on a yellow ground. Underneath, panels containing emblems on a yellow ground. The six-character mark of chia-ching on the black base.
Length of printed fabric
Girdle (patka) of painted cotton, probably made in Golconda, 17th century
Mans wrapped garment
Textile, man's garment (lungi), woven cotton, Ahmedabad, ca. 1881-1882
Kerchief headcloth of ribbed cotton brocaded in cotton, Burma, ca. 1890
Prayer mat of printed cotton, Machilipatnam, 19th century
Blanket of brocaded cotton, Burma, ca. 1890
Breast-cloth (Pahom) of pleated and printed cotton, Thailand, ca. 1900
Head cloth of block-printed and stamped cotton, Negri Sembilan, Malaysia, 20th century
Table cloth, white cotton with metal-wrapped thread end borders, probably Kanpur, ca. 1855
Leather quiver, green on one side, red on the other, stamped with a diaper pattern of small concentric rings, Nepal, probably 19th century
Pap, Japan, paintings and drawings, page from an album of 27 leaves, designs for diaper patterns on stuffs for robes