Unique English and French Textiles and Ceramics sourced for your enjoyment.
Regency net bodice with embroidered panel. Circa 1800. English.
Later 18 th century, early 19 th century muslin bodice with wonderful cuffs...
1950's Petit point handworked handbag with chinoiserie detail.
Amazing Indian phat. Very large wall hanging , hand painted, naive art.
Indigo dyed wax resist Japanese futon cover. Mid 20 th century
19th century corner cupboard painted and decorated in the Bloomsbury style ...
19th Century English Aesthetic movement elaborately carved chair.
Early 20 th century indigo dyed wax resist Japanese panel.
REDUCED Early 19 th century silk dance shoes from Bath, England . Georgian....
$450 USD REDUCED
19 th century spectacular silk tassels and tie backs from a stately home ...
Spectacular Brussels lace collar . 19 th century. Butterflies, bees , ...
19th century panel from a Chinese robe. Beautiful embroidery.
About Lucia Collectables
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About UsI live in a cottage in rural England and have always loved rustic textiles and linens. My husband and I have been selling textiles and decorative ceramics for many years with a love of very early pieces that still can be used in the home. My degree is from Bristol university in England in fine art textiles and I have taught art and textiles for about 30 years in the UK so you can see I have a deep passion for my work.
We love to source wonderful velvets and embroideries from the 16th and 17th centuries but of course these are rare . I love to find faded chintz and toiles which look wonderful when incorporated into the modern home.
I have sold to top interior designers and museums in this country and in the USA.
My shop will feature small scraps of early fabrics for those crafters and quilters amongst us and will have a selection of textiles for collecting and use.To accompany this we love to source early English china and porcelaine to match our textlies .
I am a member of The Textile society in the Uk and The Decorative Arts Society in the UK.