Floral Motifs on Early Chintz
Tulipa sp. - Tulip
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Tulipa sp. (Tulip) from the Victoria and Albert Museum, Furnishing Fabric Center Panel by John Bury, Circ.606-1956, c. 1815
Quilts with this Tulipa sp. (Tulip) motif:
  • Private Collection of Parks Hutchinson Dalton, Central Medallion Quilt Made by Ann Adeline Orr Parks, From Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p. 49, c. 1826 
  • Private Collection of Martha Laird Harris Washam, Medallion Quilt Made by Elizabeth Brice Cochrane Harris (Gingles), From Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p.p. 52-53, c. 1830-1840 
  • Private Collection of Nell Freeze Corzine, Central Diamond Medallion Quilt Made by Mary Ann Young, From Cabarrus County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p. 54, c. 1830-1840  
  • Private collection of Virginia Williams Kennickell, Medallion Quilt, North Carolina Quilts, p. 62, c. 1830-1840  
  • Charleston Museum, Chintz Appliqué Quilt, Object Number HT 586, c. 1840 
  • Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Appliquéd and Pieced Quilt by the Boyle Sisters, Quilts of Virginia 1607-1899: The Birth of America Through the Eye of a Needle, p. 115, c. 1830-1845  
  • The Poos Collection, Elisabeth Capes Tulips and Peonies Quilt, Chintz Quilts from the Poos Collection, p. 90, dated 1810 
Chintz with this Tulipa sp. (Tulip) motif:
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, Bed Cover Block Printed Cotton Made by John Bury, Object Number CIRC.606-1956, c. 1815  
  • Panel 1 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use,” Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124.  

 Also, check out the December 3, 2018 Chintz Panels in Quilts blog (https://chintzpanelquilt.blogspot.com/2018/12/panel-1-oval-bouquet-with-primroses.html) by Merikay Waldvogel and Barbara Brackman for several pictures, citations, and more information about the printed panel on which this motif occurs. 

Tulipa sp. (Tulip) from the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Quilt center, England, 1810-30, Cotton, 1969.3247, Bequest of Henry Francis du Pont, Courtesy of Winterthur Museum
Quilts with this Tulipa sp. (Tulip) motif:
  • Private Collection of Parks Hutchinson Dalton, Central Diamond Medallion Quilt Made by Ann Adeline Orr Parks, From Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p. 50, c. 1830 
  • Private Collection of Charles Orr Dalton, Central Diamond Medallion Quilt Made by Ann Adeline Orr Parks, From Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, North Carolina Quilts, p. 51, c. 1830 
  • The Quilters' Guild Collection, The Quilters' Guild of the British Isles, the Fife Coverlet, 1830-1839  
  • Collection of the Carson House, Marion, NC, Floral Wreath Medallion made by Kadella, a slave owned by Colonel John Carson, North Carolina Quilts, p. 61, c. 1820-1840 
  • The Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Social Fabric: South Carolina's Traditional Quilts, p.14, Object Number HT 740, c. 1840 
  • The Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt Made by Mrs. Daniel Crawford, Object Number HT 742, c. 1840 
  • The Charleston Museum, Chintz Applique Quilt, Social Fabric: South Carolina's Traditional Quilts, p.14, Object Number HT 584, c. 1830 
  • Ardis and Robert James Collection, International Quilt Study Museum, Printed Center Medallion Quilt, Object Number 2007.040.0001, 1830-1850 
Chintz with this motif: 
  • The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Quilt center, England, 1810-30, Cotton, 1969.3247, Bequest of Henry Francis du Pont, Courtesy of Winterthur Museum  
  • Panel 2 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use," Uncoverings 34 (2013): 124  

Also check out the December 17, 2018 Chintz Panels in Quilts blog (https://chintzpanelquilt.blogspot.com/2018/12/panel-2-round-bouquet-in-feather-scroll.html) by Merikay Waldvogel and Barbara Brackman for several pictures, citations, and more information about the printed panel on which this motif occurs.  
Tulipa sp. (Tulip) from the Victoria and Albert Museum, Bed Cover and Border, 1829 (made)
Quilts with this Tulipa sp. (Tulip) motif:
  • Private Collection, Wellington Commemorative Quilt, Patchwork Quilts, p. 45, c. 1813 
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, Bed Cover and Border, Object Number T.428&A-1985, 1829 (made) 
Chintz with this motif: 
  • Panel 26 in Appendix I of Merikay Waldvogel, "Printed Panels for Chintz Quilts: Their Origin and Use,” Uncoverings 34 (2013): 125.  

 
Also, check out the March 20, 2019 Chintz Panels in Quilts blog (https://chintzpanelquilt.blogspot.com/2019/03/panel-26-wellington-vittoria.html) by Merikay Waldvogel and Barbara Brackman for several pictures, citations, and more information about the printed panel on which this motif occurs. 


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© Updated 8/16/2020    Author:  Terry Terrell