Toile de Jouy

Description : Fabric of historical importance that may be used in vintage items and historic costumes. A cotton fabric printed with engraved vignettes of historical figures or landscapes, usually in red or green ink on white cotton.
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Origins and history : Printed fabric produced by a factory in the French town of Jouy from about 1759. onwards.
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