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Most of the textiles in MoDA's collections were designed for British homes between about 1880 and the 1960s.
Many were produced for well-known manufacturers such as Liberty & Co and Sandersons. We have examples of both printed and woven furnishing fabrics and some examples of dress fabrics.
Fabric Sample from the Silver Studio Collection
'chevron' moquette by Enid Marx, 1938
Lotte Crawford on Enid Marx
PhD student Lotte Beatrix Crawford talks about the work of mid-century designer, Enid Marx.
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