Possibly Bromley Hall Printworks, by the River Lee , Middlesex, now an area of London, who were renowned for including British plants in their fabrics. For an enthusiast of early prints.
A bird perched on a thistle with branches of small thistles, wheat, ferns and unbilicas, copper plate printed in pale blue on a off white cotton ground.
12 x 15 in; 30 x 38 cm
Well washed. One small light yellow stain to top right area between to branches. Two small holes, one above the bird's beak, the other to the left hand side.
Price: £250 | $310 | €280
Ref N°: 1011
All images and text © meg-andrews.com 2020