Following

Welcome

Unique furniture, decor, and more
up to 70% off

By clicking “Continue”, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Save what you love.

Sign up to save your favorite products and
access them anytime, anyplace.

By clicking “Continue”, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Stay in the loop!

Be the first to know when more new items arrive at One Kings Lane.

By clicking “Continue”, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Back

One more detail

And you can start shopping!

Back

Welcome Back

Before we proceed, you must verify your email address and create a password. Check your inbox and click-through to finish your registration.

Back

Forgot Your Password?

Please enter your email address below and we will send you an email to confirm your password.

Forgot Your Password?

Thank you. If a matching email exists we will send you an email in a few minutes with instructions on how to reset your password.

Don't forget to check your spam folder if you cannot find the email. For further assistance please contact us at customercare@onekingslane.com .

Okay
Click anywhere on the image to zoom. Click and drag the image to pan.
Zoom

V&A Pattern: Slipcased Set #3

Abrams

This item is no longer available.
Shop Today’s Events
V&A Pattern: Slipcased Set #3

Shipping & Returns

Product Information

Author(s):

Samantha Erin Safer, Oriole Cullen, Mary Schoeser, and Moira Thunder

Format:

four hardcovers in a slipcase

Page count:

80 each

Size:

7.5" x 5.5" x 2.1"

ISBN:

9781851776382

Imprint:

V & A Publishing

Why We Love This

Following the success of the previous titles in the V Pattern series, these four books reveal more of the V’s spectacular and extensive pattern collections. Chinese Textiles moves through the centuries highlighting the motifs of luxurious courtly robes, floral silks intended for the export market, and even the tongue-in-cheek patterns of Vivienne Tam. Spitalfields Silks displays delightful floral designs alongside quirky, strikingly modern silks, all produced in 18th-century London. Pop Patterns showcases Andy Warhol’s influence on commercial design in the 1970s, when soup cans, lipsticks, and even men’s haircuts graced dress fabrics and wallpapers. Walter Crane looks at the works of a key designer of the Aesthetic movement, incorporating swans, bulrushes, fairy tales, and more into his diverse patterns.

Why We Love This

Following the success of the previous titles in the V Pattern series, these four books reveal more of the V’s spectacular and extensive pattern collections. Chinese Textiles moves through the centuries highlighting the motifs of luxurious courtly robes, floral silks intended for the export market, and even the tongue-in-cheek patterns of Vivienne Tam. Spitalfields Silks displays delightful floral designs alongside quirky, strikingly modern silks, all produced in 18th-century London. Pop Patterns showcases Andy Warhol’s influence on commercial design in the 1970s, when soup cans, lipsticks, and even men’s haircuts graced dress fabrics and wallpapers. Walter Crane looks at the works of a key designer of the Aesthetic movement, incorporating swans, bulrushes, fairy tales, and more into his diverse patterns.