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Vintage 1890' Victorian Turkey Red Tablecloth with fringe. A few small spots ( see detail photo ) size 54" x 70". Fringe is 3 1/2" long.  DM to purchase.  #vintagetablecloth #turkeyred #antiquetextiles #vintagetextiles #vintagecabin #cabinlife #vintageranch #ranchlife #farmhouse #homedecor
This sample designed by People Tree inspired by British and Indian cultural motifs seen side by side, are symbols of their complex, interwoven relationship.
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Inspired by The Bombay Sample book which features the signature Turkey red fabric with designs ranging from graphic patterns in check, zigzag and polka dots, to illustrations depicting peacocks and paisley, wild animals and domestic life. These designs, roller-printed, are inspired by a wealth of textile crafts prevalent in the NW of India.
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India Street aims to highlight the importance of economical and ecological sustainability to consider how designers can work ethically in a global digital age.
This sample designed by People Tree inspired by British and Indian cultural motifs seen side by side, are symbols of their complex, interwoven relationship. . Inspired by The Bombay Sample book which features the signature Turkey red fabric with designs ranging from graphic patterns in check, zigzag and polka dots, to illustrations depicting peacocks and paisley, wild animals and domestic life. These designs, roller-printed, are inspired by a wealth of textile crafts prevalent in the NW of India. . India Street aims to highlight the importance of economical and ecological sustainability to consider how designers can work ethically in a global digital age.
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自宅近くには古着屋はなく、
もっぱらネット中毒でバンダナ探索。
古着屋巡りしてゆっくりバンダナ選びたいなぁ。。。
turkey red paisley bandanna
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素敵なバンダナに巡り会えました☺︎
#turkeyred
#bandanna #bandana 
#vintagebandana #vintagebandanna 
#ヴィンテージバンダナ #ヴィンテージ
#ビンテージバンダナ #ビンテージ
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Charlotte Linton's sample depicting Ghandi in Lancashire during 1931 is inspired by various designs from the Bombay Sample Book archives at National Museums Scotland.
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The Bombay Sample Book, held within the National Museum Scotland’s archives, was produced by William Stirling & Sons from 1853-1868. It held samples that were thought suitable for an Indian market and trialed in the bazaars of Bombay. It is a rich source of imagery relating to designs specific for the Indian market, and a decent representation of the 200 sample books held at the museums.
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The responses from the Bombay Sample Book were exhibited at Gayfield Creative Spaces, Edinburgh, during Aug-Sept 2014
Charlotte Linton's sample depicting Ghandi in Lancashire during 1931 is inspired by various designs from the Bombay Sample Book archives at National Museums Scotland. . The Bombay Sample Book, held within the National Museum Scotland’s archives, was produced by William Stirling & Sons from 1853-1868. It held samples that were thought suitable for an Indian market and trialed in the bazaars of Bombay. It is a rich source of imagery relating to designs specific for the Indian market, and a decent representation of the 200 sample books held at the museums. . The responses from the Bombay Sample Book were exhibited at Gayfield Creative Spaces, Edinburgh, during Aug-Sept 2014
Turkey red is the name given to a naturally dyed red cloth from the madder root. Turkey red was extremely durable and didn't fade in water or light. The combination of hard, pure Scottish water, good infrastructure (thanks to the mighty Clyde) and rural land on which to develop a complex of factories and housing, all contributed to the suitability of the Vale of Leven (in West Scotland) for this industry.
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A thriving industry across Dumbartonshire exported numerous products to India throughout the 19th century; heavy competition sprouting between companies in Glasgow.
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However, with the 1905 partition of Bengal (now Bangladesh and West Bengal) a peaceful movement was established to support the demand for Home Rule in India. The Swadeshi movement (shaped by Ghandi from 1918-47) was a non-violent economic strategy aimed at removing the British from power, which included boycotting British products and the revival of domestic production.
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#indiastreet #turkeyred #scottishindustry #indianrevival #indianindustry #domesticproduce #textiledesign #dye #ink #scotland #india #photooftheday #picoftheday #instadaily #instagood #swadeshi #process #craft #independentmaker
Turkey red is the name given to a naturally dyed red cloth from the madder root. Turkey red was extremely durable and didn't fade in water or light. The combination of hard, pure Scottish water, good infrastructure (thanks to the mighty Clyde) and rural land on which to develop a complex of factories and housing, all contributed to the suitability of the Vale of Leven (in West Scotland) for this industry. . A thriving industry across Dumbartonshire exported numerous products to India throughout the 19th century; heavy competition sprouting between companies in Glasgow. . However, with the 1905 partition of Bengal (now Bangladesh and West Bengal) a peaceful movement was established to support the demand for Home Rule in India. The Swadeshi movement (shaped by Ghandi from 1918-47) was a non-violent economic strategy aimed at removing the British from power, which included boycotting British products and the revival of domestic production. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #indiastreet  #turkeyred  #scottishindustry  #indianrevival  #indianindustry  #domesticproduce  #textiledesign  #dye  #ink  #scotland  #india  #photooftheday  #picoftheday  #instadaily  #instagood  #swadeshi  #process  #craft  #independentmaker 
"It is no bad thing to celebrate a simple life." - Tolkien •
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#simplelife #theartofslowliving #brunch
#latte #turkeyred #palmer #palmerak #palmeralaska #alaska #thelastfrontier #pnw #thatpnwlife #tolkien #jrrtolkien #alaskanliving @turkey.red
The India Street Bazaar project began with the story of Turkey Red. The mills of Vale of Leven in West Scotland rose to prominence in the 19th century, with India as their biggest export market. However, they experienced rapid decline when the madder rose plant became a redundant source of red dye, and Ghandi and The Swadeshi movement called for Indians to shop at home for their fabrics and furnishings.
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The project commissioned designers working in both India and Scotland to consider the legacy of the Turkey red Industry, culturally, politically, aesthetically and with hindsight, and respond to this by creating new fabric samples inspired by the original Bombay Sample Book.
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This sample design by Gabriella Marcella of @risottostudio extracts the dancing ladies and clouds motifs directly from the Turkey red archives, though her design corrupts the motifs through a pop-sensibility.
The India Street Bazaar project began with the story of Turkey Red. The mills of Vale of Leven in West Scotland rose to prominence in the 19th century, with India as their biggest export market. However, they experienced rapid decline when the madder rose plant became a redundant source of red dye, and Ghandi and The Swadeshi movement called for Indians to shop at home for their fabrics and furnishings. . The project commissioned designers working in both India and Scotland to consider the legacy of the Turkey red Industry, culturally, politically, aesthetically and with hindsight, and respond to this by creating new fabric samples inspired by the original Bombay Sample Book. . This sample design by Gabriella Marcella of @risottostudio extracts the dancing ladies and clouds motifs directly from the Turkey red archives, though her design corrupts the motifs through a pop-sensibility.
Just went up for bidding on my ebay, 2006-07 TOPPS TURKEY RED 2 UNOPENED PACKS.  From my p.c., link on my bio.

#turkeyredbasketball#turkeyred#basketballcards#basketballrookies#ebaycardsforsale#followmyebay
Laura Spring is an independent designer-maker based in Glasgow. 
Her designs for India Street feature the technique of Lehiraya. Often used for turbans, Leheriya is a traditional tie-dye technique from Jaipur made by folding and twisting the fabric before dying, producing a distinctive zigzag motif. The Turkey red sample books made many designs that attempted to replicate this pattern. Spring has combined two elements from Turkey red, this commonly used zigzag motif and its palate of primary colours. Translated into block print, Laura's Leheriya designs speak of an Indian heritage through the graphic sensibility of Laura Spring. On the reverse Spring has utilised a traditional zigzag block from Pethapur. In contract to the complexity of patenting, where copyright is so highly protected, the existence of traditional blocks defies this, operating as open source designs that belong to no one and everyone.
Laura Spring is an independent designer-maker based in Glasgow. Her designs for India Street feature the technique of Lehiraya. Often used for turbans, Leheriya is a traditional tie-dye technique from Jaipur made by folding and twisting the fabric before dying, producing a distinctive zigzag motif. The Turkey red sample books made many designs that attempted to replicate this pattern. Spring has combined two elements from Turkey red, this commonly used zigzag motif and its palate of primary colours. Translated into block print, Laura's Leheriya designs speak of an Indian heritage through the graphic sensibility of Laura Spring. On the reverse Spring has utilised a traditional zigzag block from Pethapur. In contract to the complexity of patenting, where copyright is so highly protected, the existence of traditional blocks defies this, operating as open source designs that belong to no one and everyone.
1820-1830. New, bright, clear colours were a hallmark of clothing of this period. Turkey red was the colour of the moment and, frequently paired with chrome yellow, was often used in the elaborate roller print cotton that were made up into day dresses. The rich, terracotta red dye was created from madder, a relation of the Rubiacae or coffee plant, and by a process which involved soaking cloth in oil and soda. The dye is relatively unstable and often fades with age, but nonetheless, many examples have survived and the remain some if the most exciting garments of the decade. Images courtesy of (in order) Whitaker Auctions 1820s, V&A 1825, The Met 1832, Manchester Museums 1825. #turkeyred #reddye #red #cotton #1820 #1830 #rollerprint #rollerprinting #nineteenthcentury #regencydress #fashionabledress #dress #clothing #printing #printedcloth
1820-1830. New, bright, clear colours were a hallmark of clothing of this period. Turkey red was the colour of the moment and, frequently paired with chrome yellow, was often used in the elaborate roller print cotton that were made up into day dresses. The rich, terracotta red dye was created from madder, a relation of the Rubiacae or coffee plant, and by a process which involved soaking cloth in oil and soda. The dye is relatively unstable and often fades with age, but nonetheless, many examples have survived and the remain some if the most exciting garments of the decade. Images courtesy of (in order) Whitaker Auctions 1820s, V&A 1825, The Met 1832, Manchester Museums 1825. #turkeyred  #reddye  #red  #cotton  #1820  #1830  #rollerprint  #rollerprinting  #nineteenthcentury  #regencydress  #fashionabledress  #dress  #clothing  #printing  #printedcloth 
Gabriella Marcella of @risottostudio is a Glasgow-based designer and risograph specialist. 
Her designs for India Street features Dancing Ladies and Cloud motifs, extracted directly from the Turkey red archives. They are corrupted through Marcella’s pop-sensibility. The immediacy of her work with Riso-printing producing posters, cards and prints is tuned with the speed and accuracy at which the block-printers work. 
Along with motifs from her own portfolio (referencing the sometimes incongruous use of imagery within Turkey red archives) Gabriella has produced a striking response to the archive as colorful and crazy as the original designs. The Shopper is produced on unbleached khadi, defined as homespun cloth produced on a handloom. Gandhi encouraged khadi production, using it to strengthen Home Rule in India, to the detriment of British cotton mills and the Turkey red industry. 
Read more on our website in bio.
Gabriella Marcella of @risottostudio is a Glasgow-based designer and risograph specialist. Her designs for India Street features Dancing Ladies and Cloud motifs, extracted directly from the Turkey red archives. They are corrupted through Marcella’s pop-sensibility. The immediacy of her work with Riso-printing producing posters, cards and prints is tuned with the speed and accuracy at which the block-printers work. Along with motifs from her own portfolio (referencing the sometimes incongruous use of imagery within Turkey red archives) Gabriella has produced a striking response to the archive as colorful and crazy as the original designs. The Shopper is produced on unbleached khadi, defined as homespun cloth produced on a handloom. Gandhi encouraged khadi production, using it to strengthen Home Rule in India, to the detriment of British cotton mills and the Turkey red industry. Read more on our website in bio.
Artist and academic LOkesh Ghai is involved with textiles, heritage, handicrafts, and working with communities in his adopted Gujarat.

Red is an auspicious color in India. A red tilak on the forehead of a man wishes him good luck and a red dot on a woman is a symbol for marriage. Ghai has considered the significance of this colour, which is so pervasive in Turkey red dye and holds such prominence within the material culture he encounters in his daily life. 
His design uses objects, dried chilies, red beans and bangles, borrowed from his mother’s kitchen. He compares how these objects change many hands before they reach the kitchen with the many processes Turkey red underwent between Scotland and India before the cotton became garments to be worn. 
LOkesh has worked with his mother to produce a dohar (a summer quilt) made traditionally by up-cycling old sari material. This has been stitched by his mother, Asha Ghai, with the Red Chilies silk that she inspired.
Artist and academic LOkesh Ghai is involved with textiles, heritage, handicrafts, and working with communities in his adopted Gujarat. Red is an auspicious color in India. A red tilak on the forehead of a man wishes him good luck and a red dot on a woman is a symbol for marriage. Ghai has considered the significance of this colour, which is so pervasive in Turkey red dye and holds such prominence within the material culture he encounters in his daily life. His design uses objects, dried chilies, red beans and bangles, borrowed from his mother’s kitchen. He compares how these objects change many hands before they reach the kitchen with the many processes Turkey red underwent between Scotland and India before the cotton became garments to be worn. LOkesh has worked with his mother to produce a dohar (a summer quilt) made traditionally by up-cycling old sari material. This has been stitched by his mother, Asha Ghai, with the Red Chilies silk that she inspired.
Turkey red was once described as 'the most complicated and tedious operation in the art of dyeing.' Although dyed onto cotton fibres, Turkey red is in face not a dye itself - rather, the result of a prescribed series of treatments that resulted in a brilliant, fiery and fast red hue. 
The process involves weeks of preparation, repeatedly soaking the cotton in a bath of rancid olive oil, alkali, and sheep dung! This complex and time-consuming process making Turkey red a premium product.
Turkey red was once described as 'the most complicated and tedious operation in the art of dyeing.' Although dyed onto cotton fibres, Turkey red is in face not a dye itself - rather, the result of a prescribed series of treatments that resulted in a brilliant, fiery and fast red hue. The process involves weeks of preparation, repeatedly soaking the cotton in a bath of rancid olive oil, alkali, and sheep dung! This complex and time-consuming process making Turkey red a premium product.
Finally getting labels on my antique quilts! #antiquequilts #quiltlabel #turkeyred #octagon
Vintage 1890' - 1900' Turkey Red Table Cloth ( 2 rust spots)  size 54" x 66". DM to purchase.  #victoriantextiles #antiquetextiles #antiquetablecloth #vintagetablecloth #turkeyred #farmhousestyle #cabin
Turkey Red peacocks @nationalmuseumsscotland fashion and textile collection, mid-19th century, probably John Orr Ewing and Co.

#turkeyred #printedtextiles #printmaking #blockprint #blockprinting #peacock #textiledesign
Sold. Antique 1900-1910 Turkey Red Bandana. #turkeyred #antiquebandana #vintagebandana #vintagebandanna
Exciting Fall colors. #TurkeyRed
Secretaire à abattant
Dutch C 1850 it was especially made for the captain of a barge
Well made piece of furniture in oak then painted in turkey red 
Lovely dimensions 
155 cm high
84 cm wide and 21 cm deep
Unique piece that can be put to use in narrow rooms or hallways as well
All original and with keys 
#antiquedealersofinstagram #antiquedealer #antique #antiquefurniture #furniture #interiordesign #interior #smallfurniture #maritime #barge #shipfurniture #maritimehistory #secretaire #especiallymadeforyou #turkeyred #meekrap #functionality #oakfurniture #decorative #dutch #antiquedutchfurniture #shipinterior #bargeinterior
Secretaire à abattant Dutch C 1850 it was especially made for the captain of a barge Well made piece of furniture in oak then painted in turkey red Lovely dimensions 155 cm high 84 cm wide and 21 cm deep Unique piece that can be put to use in narrow rooms or hallways as well All original and with keys #antiquedealersofinstagram  #antiquedealer  #antique  #antiquefurniture  #furniture  #interiordesign  #interior  #smallfurniture  #maritime  #barge  #shipfurniture  #maritimehistory  #secretaire  #especiallymadeforyou  #turkeyred  #meekrap  #functionality  #oakfurniture  #decorative  #dutch  #antiquedutchfurniture  #shipinterior  #bargeinterior 
Baking with Texas Turkey Red from @bartonspringsmill that I milled at home in my new @wolfgangsmockmill 100. Fingers crossed, y’all. #bakehat #naturallyleavened
Baking with Texas Turkey Red from @bartonspringsmill that I milled at home in my new @wolfgangsmockmill 100. Fingers crossed, y’all. #bakehat  #naturallyleavened 
Our Turkey Red collection holds endless varieties of buta or boteh motif designs, also known as the 'Paisley' pattern. Over the next few posts I'll share some more.

From A.1962.1266.18, unbound pattern book, Archibald Orr Ewing and Co., c.1850-1860 @nationalmuseumsscotland fashion and textile collection 
#turkeyred #textiles #printedtextiles #textiledesign #nineteenthcentury #fashionhistory #scottishtextiles #valeofleven #blockprint
Finished planting #TurkeyRed at #littlebigskymn this evening. Glad to get this field done before the rain. Should be some tall waving wheat next Spring.
Finished planting #TurkeyRed  at #littlebigskymn  this evening. Glad to get this field done before the rain. Should be some tall waving wheat next Spring.
Rainy day light on this white sesame and pumpkin seed #sourdough with @bartonspringsmill #redfife and #turkeyred #wheat. Made by @adwbakes. It tastes even better than it looks, come get it #dailybread today @oddduckaustin
Rainy day light on this white sesame and pumpkin seed #sourdough  with @bartonspringsmill #redfife  and #turkeyred  #wheat . Made by @adwbakes. It tastes even better than it looks, come get it #dailybread  today @oddduckaustin
A night of packing textiles! Looking back on one of my favorite fall mantle displays in our home. @french_obsessed soon we will be able to decorate again... and on a much grander scale! #english #parian #french #ormolu #bronze #fadedgrandeur #turkeyred #driedhydrangeas #ancient #metalembroidery #rustymetal #packingup #tbt
"GUARANTEED DUPLEX FAST"
同じモチーフのデザインですが、上から表記なし⇢turkey red⇢duplex表記です。
tusideやduplexは類似のデザイン同士を比較すると違いが見えて面白いですねー。
全て大判サイズの両ミミ仕様です☺︎
red x black x white
#vintagebandana #turkeyred #duplex
"GUARANTEED DUPLEX FAST" 同じモチーフのデザインですが、上から表記なし⇢turkey red⇢duplex表記です。 tusideやduplexは類似のデザイン同士を比較すると違いが見えて面白いですねー。 全て大判サイズの両ミミ仕様です☺︎ red x black x white #vintagebandana  #turkeyred  #duplex 
Everyday I get closer. But there is still so much to learn. But one thing is for sure.... I'm falling more in love with bread every day.
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@bartonspringsmill #turkeyred #wholewheat #localwheat #sourdough #allmyfriendsarebread #kneadybaker #crumbshot #beautifulontheinside #patience #learningsomethingneweveryday #bread #sugarcakepie
Love This Victorian Turkey Red Medallion Quilt my sister purchased recently for me here in Newcastle upon Tyne, a very rare find these days in such good condition Enjoy @antiquequiltcompany #northumberland #antiquequiltslondon #antiqueenglishquilt #antiquetextilescompany #quilting #quiltingfabric #patchwork #turkeyred
Turkey red leaves and flowers on this lovely antique tablecloth. This adds a little color and texture from fall right through the holidays to spring!

#cosy #cozy #redandwhite #antiquetextiles #turkeyred #vintagefabric #jacquard #woven #vintagetablecloth #frenchfabric #scandinavianstyle #hyyge
Beef stew and bread with coffee at Turkey Red in #palmer #alaska right now. #turkeyred
Vintage 1950' Bandana.  Size 16 1/2" x 16 1/2". Excellent condition.  #vintagebandana #tubside #bandana #vintageworkwear #vintagedenim #turkeyred #japandenim #westernstyle #farmlife #ranchlife
#vintagebandana#turkeyred 
文字のバランスが微妙に違うんですね!
#vintagebandana#turkeyred 
お久しぶりです。
2.75 years in the making. Madder, an ancient dye plant used to make oranges to reds.  We're dying our way to making a class quilt! Alum was our mordant #rubiatinctorum #naturaldyes #projectbasedlearning #ancientdyes #madder #rosemadder #turkeyred #thoserootsthough #throughtheages
German•Swiss•Italian map~bandana.  Circa WWI #turkeyred #AntiqueBandana #VintageBandana #twoselvedge #hemmededges
made in Switzerland #turkeyred #AntiqueBandana #VintageBandana
This may just go down as my favorite find of the YEAR! Tied comforter, Boston 1848 #quiltlover #goinghomewithme #turkeyred
Not sure what to make of this one. No selvedge. #vintage  #bandana #bandanna #turkeyred #trunkdown #elephantbrand #denim
Vintage 1950' Bandana. Size 16" x 17". DM to purchase.  #bandana #vintagebandana #vintageworkwear #vintagedenim #workwear #japandenim #turkeyred #farmlife #vintagewestern
Can we just talk for a second about this delicious salad??? The food in Alaska is amazing.
Can we just talk for a second about this delicious salad??? The food in Alaska is amazing.
I'm at the flea today and tomorrow! It's gorgeous outside and we're packed so if you see something you need act QUICK-LIKE and DM me. Antique Alice in Wonderland, old Lee cut offs, deadstock #turkeyred 30's bandanas, festival goodies, etc etc etc etc etc etc I know what etc means but saying more than once just emphasizes it ok bye
I'm at the flea today and tomorrow! It's gorgeous outside and we're packed so if you see something you need act QUICK-LIKE and DM me. Antique Alice in Wonderland, old Lee cut offs, deadstock #turkeyred  30's bandanas, festival goodies, etc etc etc etc etc etc I know what etc means but saying more than once just emphasizes it ok bye
Heart a good Turkey red....and a tiny cross stitched signature!
From a bunch of South Bend: IN 39 x signature quilt blocks
#oldepatchart #antiquequiltblocks #signatureblocks #signaturequiltblocks #turkeyred #littlebynamelittlebynature
Thank you @dsg1964 for the two little French pockets - I think these are going to have a bit of a #jessiechorley style makeover to hold some little treasures. #vintagefrenchlinens #frenchpockets #vintageembroidery #turkeyred
Vintage 1890-1900' Turkey Red Bandana with Floral Print. Bandana is Patched and Worn ( see detail photos ). Large size.  26" x 24 1/2". DM to purchase.  #bandana #vintagebandana #turkeyred #antiquetextiles #1890fashion #1890farmhouse #vintageworkwear #vintagedenim #japandenim #patched #patchedjeans #wornwear #victorianclothing #victorianhouse #cowboy #westernbandana #western
Uh oh...we're at #thatredplace having breakfast.
We shared the Eggs Florentine, we're stuffed.  #turkeyred #eggsflorentine #bulletproofcoffee #cremecarameltea #housemadesausage #freshandlocal #realfood #coffeedate #wemissamanda
This dress is ready to be shipped out to its new owner tomorrow! She has her own collar for it, and i'm assuming a broach. #sold #Frozenintimeclothing #civilwardress #plussizefashion #1860s #shirring #brassbuttons #turkeyred #kindof #buttonholes #frozenintimeclothingco