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Stevengraphs
The weaving of fancy silk ribbons began in Coventry around 1700, and was a main industry there until 1860 when cheap foreign goods flooded the market. The Stevengraph trade name was coined by Thomas Stevens in about 1863 to describe his woven articles, and today that includes his silk pictures and portraits. He began in 1854 using the Jacquard loom to produce an infinite variety of items. The fashion for such gradually reduced until few were being produced in the 1920's, but the factory continued until blitzed in 1940. Many items were exported to the USA, and this explains their popularity there today. Stevens' main competitor was WH Grant of Foleshill, Coventry, although Stevens had a lead of many years. Some of Stevens' work was replicated by Grant to much the same size, so care must be taken not to confuse the two if this really matters. The items illustrated here are a small selection of the unframed stock. The framed items are shown at Fairs. If you are searching for a particular image or reference book then please contact me. If a picture is framed then this will be notified in the detail relating to the item, and you are asked to note the additional nominal charge for despatch.
HM StanleyHM Stanley
Stevengraph of "HM Stanley" (STG 78). This very rare silk is of the famous explorer who, having been born in Wales, went to America in 1859, serving in the Confederate army and then the US Navy. He became a writer and traveled the world being be...(more details)
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HMS MajesticHMS Majestic
Stevengraph of “HMS Majestic” (STG 182), a 4/8* rarity from the warship set of Steven’s pictures. It is thought that they were issued and then sold at the Naval Dockyards, and therefore their popularity would have been focused and of lim...(more details)
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The Present TimeThe Present Time
Stevengraph of “The Present Time” (STG 198). This "express train" exists in two variations, this being the LNWR Prince of Wales class engine (1911), with no driver leaning out of the cab. There are 6 carriages. It...(more details)
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The Present TimeThe Present Time
Stevengraph of “The Present Time” (STG 194). This exists in a number of variations, this being the 2 carriage version with the words “....60 miles an hour” omitted. It is excellently coloured, framed in a walnut moulding, with...(more details)
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The Present Time - 60 Miles an HourThe Present Time - 60 Miles an Hour
"The Present Time - 60 Miles an Hour" (STG 194). Trains were a popular image for Stevens as they clearly sold well. These were produced after the York Exhibition from mid-August 1879, a Lord Howe engine with 2 carriages. This early example is on...(more details)
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The Present Time - 60 Miles an HourThe Present Time - 60 Miles an Hour
"The Present Time - 60 Miles an Hour" (STG 194a). Trains were a popular image for Stevens as they clearly sold well. These were produced after the York Exhibition from mid-August 1879, a Lord Howe engine with 2 carriages. This early example is o...(more details)
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Gainst Wind & SteamGainst Wind & Steam
"Gainst Wind & Steam" by WH Grant & Co. Godden has much detail relating to Grant in his reference book, and this item is referred to on page 447. This and number 939 are companion silks. 939 is a two funnelled river paddle steamer p...(more details)
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The Present TimeThe Present Time
Stevengraph of “The Present Time” (STG 198). This "express train" exists in two variations, this being the LNWR Prince of Wales class engine (1911), with no driver leaning out of the cab. There are 6 carriages. It...(more details)
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Rare TE Carter CombinationRare TE Carter Combination
"The Good Old Days" (STG187) and "The Present Time" (STG 194) with the additional words ""......of Rattling Wheels and Gallant Greys" after the first title. Carter had a special relationship with Stevens, and was permitt...(more details)
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The First TrainThe First Train
“The First Train” (STG 192).  This shows a “Rocket” type locomotive drawing a coal car with two and a half open wagons. It is Locomotion No 1. Two variants were produced, one with black and bright green wagons, and this one wi...(more details)
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The Bicentenary of the Act of UniformityThe Bicentenary of the Act of Uniformity
"The Bicentenary of the Act of Uniformity". This item is referenced in the Godden book on page 335, and is classified as "...objects which are quite rare and little known....". This design includes the initials "RB" which att...(more details)
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The Meet or The DeathThe Meet or The Death
You can choose what you call this unique Stevengraph! The silk is of "The Death" (STG  167), but the German title is of "The Meet" (STG 164), Sammeln. Underneath the erroneous title is "In Seide gewebt" (Woven in Silk). ...(more details)
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The MeetThe Meet
"The Meet" (STG 165) is one of the set of three fox hunting Stevengraphs. It is quite common, being a 1* rarity in the Sprake Darby reference. It was first registered on 26 January 1880 and this one is on a type C3 mount dating it to 1875-1...(more details)
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Full CryFull Cry
"Full Cry" (STG 166) is one of the set of three fox hunting Stevengraphs. It is quite common, being a 1* rarity in the Sprake Darby reference. It was first registered on 24 November 1879 and this one is on a type C3 mount dating it to 1895-...(more details)
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The DeathThe Death
"The Death" (STG 167) is one of the set of three fox hunting Stevengraphs. It is relatively uncommon when compared with its associated Stevengraphs, being a 2* rarity in the Sprake Darby reference and therefore the rarest in the set. This i...(more details)
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IroquoisIroquois
STG 162 "Iroquois" owned by P Lorrillard Esq, and ridden by Fred Archer, and this detail is on the original mount. As stated in the Sprake reference this is a fine picture, and is extremely rare. It is not credited to Stevens on the mount and th...(more details)
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The Start Foreign TitlesThe Start Foreign Titles
"The Start" (STG 157), by Thomas Stevens. It is one of the "set" of three, the others being "The Finish" (STG 160) and "The Struggle"  (STG159) although there is "The Water Jump" (STG 158) which is a ...(more details)
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The Last LapThe Last Lap
Stevengraph of “The Last Lap” (STG 176), one of three bicycle races depicted by Stevens. Two are identical except for the colour of the saddles (black and yellow), the third is the rarest, that of a modern bicycle race.  The colours are e...(more details)
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The FinishThe Finish
Stevengraph called "The Finish" (STG160). The image is the same as "The Struggle" (STG159) and superceded it soon after 1879 when the new title was considered more appropriate. Although not particularly hard to find, as ever the condit...(more details)
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The First TouchThe First Touch
"The First Touch" STG 173 dated 1881. This is a popular image with the rugby game in the foreground and the spires of Coventry in the background. It is a 3* rarity in the Sprake reference, but this does not take account of the popularity which m...(more details)
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The First PointThe First Point
"The First Point" (STG 164) by Thomas Stevens, a coursing scene and being the pair to “The Slip” (STG 163). There are two versions of this picture, STG 164a not showing the slipper in red. This, with the slipper, is the later of the ...(more details)
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The First SetThe First Set
"The First Set" (STG 172). This is a 4* rarity in the Sprake reference. It shows a Victorian tennis scene in fashionable attire, full of colour - players through to spectators. The 19 title trade label version is sub-sectioned by ...(more details)
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Are You Ready?Are You Ready?
Stevengraph “Are You Ready” (STG 169). The first of the Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race pair, this landscape view of the River Thames is paired with "The Final Spurt" (STG 170).Two star rarity value (out of seven) in the S...(more details)
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The Final SpurtThe Final Spurt
Stevengraph "The Final Spurt" (STG 170). The second of the Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race pair, a landscape view of the River Thames paired with “Are You Ready” (STG 169). Three star rarity value (out of seven) in th...(more details)
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John OsborneJohn Osborne
"John Osborne" STG 36. There is no doubt that we have here a silk that has faded colours. Because the sash on the Sir Green Price or Mr RC Vyners colours was meant to be white it is safe to determine this is those colours - violet body, sle...(more details)
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The Late Fred ArcherThe Late Fred Archer
"The Late Fred Archer" (STG 22) in the all scarlet colours of Mr Manton (pseudonym for the Duchess of Montrose, women not being permitted to run horses). Not only is this a 3* rarity within the Sprake/Darby reference, but due to the colours it i...(more details)
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God Speed the Plough - no BirdsGod Speed the Plough - no Birds
"God Speed the Plough" STG 168(a) by Thomas Stevens. This comes in two variants, with and without a flock of birds. It is a 4* rarity in the Sprake/Darby reference being the later version without the birds. This is a fine copy, the silk being we...(more details)
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RMS CarmaniaRMS Carmania
Stevengraph "postcard" depicting RMS Carmania. Stevens’ cards are distinguishable from those by Grant due to the embossed mount. When framed it is lovely to allow access to the back of the card to allow viewing of the interesting...(more details)
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RMS VirginianRMS Virginian
Stevengraph "postcard" depicting RMS Virginian. Stevens’ cards are distinguishable from those by Grant due to the embossed mount. A lovely example of his work. When framed it is lovely to allow access to the back of the card to allow ...(more details)
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RMS VictorianRMS Victorian
Stevengraph "postcard" depicting RMS Victorian. Stevens’ cards are distinguishable from those by Grant due to the embossed mount. When mounted it is interesting to display the back to allow viewing of the interesting comments of ...(more details)
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RMS SaxoniaRMS Saxonia
Stevengraph "postcard" depicting RMS Saxonia. Stevens’ cards are distinguishable from those by Grant due to the embossed mount. When framed it is lovely to allow access to the back of the card to allow viewing of the interesting ...(more details)
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For Life or Death - Heroism on LandFor Life or Death - Heroism on Land
Stevengraph of “For Life or Death - Heroism on Land” (STG 189) one of two fire engine scenes, this being the earlier of the two with the older fire appliance and the four horses. Note the outrider on the fifth horse and the burning building on...(more details)
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For Life or Death - Heroism on LandFor Life or Death - Heroism on Land
Stevengraph of “For Life or Death - Heroism on Land” (STG 189) one of two fire engine scenes, this being the earlier of the two with the older fire appliance and the four horses. Note the outrider on the fifth horse and the burning building on...(more details)
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The Death of NelsonThe Death of Nelson
“The Death of Nelson” (STG 152), a rather busy scene that goes well with “Wellington & Blucher” (STG 155). This displays beautiful colours, showing the deck of the Victory in 1805. It is one of the slightly larger Stevengraphs,...(more details)
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Ye Old Crown HouseYe Old Crown House
"Ye Old Crown House" (STG135) is a black and white picture of the old Tudor building in Birmingham. It is quite a rare item being a 4* rarity in the Sprake Darby reference. The title is woven into the picture and the mount is a B type (pre 1888)...(more details)
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The Old Tyne BridgeThe Old Tyne Bridge
"The Old Tyne Bridge" (STG 144). This is a 7* rarity in the Sprake Darby reference book, and this copy is in immaculate condition. Both the mount and the silk are perfect. Stevens pictured only three bridges - this, The Forth Road Bridge (3 vari...(more details)
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Ye Olde Tyne BridgeYe Olde Tyne Bridge
Silk picture of "Ye Olde Tyne Bridge" (Godden 1049) by WH Grant of Foleshill. This is an extremely rare picture woven at the Newcastle Exhibition between 11 May-29 October 1887. Like Stevens, Grant took his loom to the exhibitions, selling items...(more details)
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Called to the RescueCalled to the Rescue
“Called to the Rescue” sub-titled “Heroism at Sea” (STG 179), a lifeboat rescue scene. It forms a pair with "For Life or Death - Heroism on Land" (fire engine scenes). The colour of the crew’s clothing changes ...(more details)
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Kenilworth CastleKenilworth Castle
Stevengraph picture of “Kenilworth Castle” (STG 125). One of the larger Stevens’ pictures at 19 1/2" x 12 1/2". Made from 1918 onwards, so later than many other Stevens’ products. Only six castle views were completed, and...(more details)
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Columbus Leaving SpainColumbus Leaving Spain
"Columbus Leaving Spain" (STG 145) dated from 1893. This very fine silk is mounted in a later mount printed to the same specification as the original C4 mount with the additional credit under the image relating to the Columbian Exposition. Inter...(more details)
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Stevens Triple with WG GraceStevens Triple with WG Grace
All the Stevens combinations (two or more pictures in the same mount) are high up the rarity rating in all the reference books. The three now available on the site are triple combinations.They carry no identification for Stevens, no printed title and no t...(more details)
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Stevens Triple Historical SubjectsStevens Triple Historical Subjects
All the Stevens combinations (two or more pictures in the same mount) are high up the rarity rating in all the reference books. The three now available on the site are triple combinations. They carry no identification for Stevens, no printed title and no ...(more details)
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Dick Turpins Last Ride on His Bonnie Black BessDick Turpins Last Ride on His Bonnie Black Bess
Stevengraph entitled "Dick Turpin's last Ride on His Bonnie Black Bess". Numbered STG 149 this version is a later one, the earlier having a poem by Eliza Cook below the title. Excellent colouring of the silk, B Mount, and the remains o...(more details)
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Dick Turpins Last Ride on His Bonnie Black BessDick Turpins Last Ride on His Bonnie Black Bess
Stevengraph entitled "Dick Turpin's last Ride on His Bonnie Black Bess". Numbered STG 149 this version is a later one, the earlier having a poem by Eliza Cook below the title. Excellent colouring of the silk, on a B Mount. Dated C1879. Fram...(more details)
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The Lady Godiva ProcessionThe Lady Godiva Procession
Stevengraph of "The Lady Godiva Procession", (STG 150). It rates a one (out of 7) star rarity value within the Sprake reference. It is, however, one of the unusual Stevengraphs  that sometimes omits the trade label on the reverse, instead i...(more details)
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Ye Lady GodivaYe Lady Godiva
Stevengraph of "Ye Lady Godiva", (STG 151). It rates a 3 (out of 7) star rarity value in the Sprake Darby reference book. Below the title we have the extract from Tennyson's poem. The silk is in excellent condition, the mount has a slight discol...(more details)
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The Lady Godiva ProcessionThe Lady Godiva Procession
Stevengraph of "The Lady Godiva Procession", (STG 150). It rates a one (out of 7) star rarity value within the Sprake reference. It is, however, one of the unusual Stevengraphs  that sometimes omits the trade label on the reverse, instead i...(more details)
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Ye Peeping Tom of CoventreYe Peeping Tom of Coventre
Stevengraph of "Ye Peeping Tom of Coventre", (SPC 30(b)). This is a postcard showing the head and shoulders figure looking within a circular cutout. There are variations. This has the Tennyson poem to the right of the image under which...(more details)
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Her Majesty Queen VictoriaHer Majesty Queen Victoria
"Her Majesty Queen Victoria" (STG2) dated 1837. This is the second in the series of portraits of Queen Victoria. Within the silk is the sub-title "Queen of an Empire on which the sun never sets" and on the mount is displayed the crown ...(more details)
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HM Queen Victoria, Jubilee 1837 to 1887HM Queen Victoria, Jubilee 1837 to 1887
"HM Queen Victoria, Jubilee 1837 to 1187" (STG3) dated 1837. This is one of a series of portraits of Queen Victoria which is testament to their popularity. This one however was probably only available during the Jubilee Year of 1887. A more orna...(more details)
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Ecce HomoEcce Homo
Stevengraph of “Ecce Homo” (STG 85). This example of the religious aspect of Stevens’ work is extremely rare, being a 6* rarity in the Sprake reference book. The picture, of Christ with crown of thorns and a red cloak over His shoulders,...(more details)
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Rt Hon WE Gladstone MPRt Hon WE Gladstone MP
Stevengraph of "Rt Hon WE Gladstone MP" (STG 63). This comes in four variants, all according to portrayal of flowers and direction of look. This is STG 63 in the Sprake/Darby reference. It has a 1 star rarity out of 7. One of the "Politicia...(more details)
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BullerBuller
Stevengraph of “Buller” (STG 41), one of the eight Military Portraits produced by Thomas Stevens. Excellent condition, including his name and the Registration Number woven in (sometimes not so). It is reckoned the image came from a p...(more details)
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Mrs ClevelandMrs Cleveland
Stevengraph of “Mrs Cleveland” (STG 96). She was called the "Queen of 60 millions of free people". Born Frances Folsom, married in 1886, and husband President of the USA 1885-1889. The portrait shows a spray of violets beneath. It is...(more details)
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The Rt Hon Lord R Churchill MPThe Rt Hon Lord R Churchill MP
Stevengraph of “Rt Hon Lord R Churchill MP” (STG 59). . This is a 5* rarity in the Sprake/Darby reference book, there being three variants. The others are STG 60 with spray of flowers ((more details)
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Marquis of Salisbury KGMarquis of Salisbury KG
Stevengraph of “Marquis of Salisbury KG” (STG 72). One of the series of portraits of politicians, there are three variants, one with no flowers (STG 71), this one with a spray of red roses (STG 72), and one with roses that are bright yellow an...(more details)
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The Rt Hon Lord R Churchill MPThe Rt Hon Lord R Churchill MP
Stevengraph of “Rt Hon Lord R Churchill MP” (STG 59). This is a 5* rarity in the Sprake/Darby reference book, there being three variants. The others are STG 59 without spray of flowers ((more details)
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Lord RobertsLord Roberts
Stevengraph of “Roberts FM” (STG 49a). Includes small signature under the cart, and registration number woven in.  Some variations exist over the leaves and flag, and the registered number. Excellent colours with details of ...(more details)
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Charles Stewart Parnell MPCharles Stewart Parnell MP
“Charles Stewart Parnell MP” (STG No 69) dated 1887. Born in Ireland in 1846, he became an MP in 1875. He was elected Chairman of the Home Rule party in the House of Commons, and was given the Freedom of Dublin. He died in 1891. This is a very...(more details)
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Kitchener of KhartoumKitchener of Khartoum
Stevengraph of “Kitchener of Khartoum” (STG 45). Probably taken from a photograph by Bassano for "The Sphere" in January 1900.  Includes the registered number woven in (355800). It is on an E1 type Mount of leather tex...(more details)
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The Late Earl of BeaconsfieldThe Late Earl of Beaconsfield
Stevengraph of "The Late Earl of Beaconsfield" (STG 52). This title was granted to Benjamin Disraeli in 1876. He was Prime Minister in 1868 and 1874-1880. He died 19 April 1881. This comes in three variants. STG 52 has a 1 star rarity out of 7 i...(more details)
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Robert BurnsRobert Burns
"Robert Burns” (STG 73). This was the first small portrait Stevens produced of a non-political nature. Both the Sprake/Darby and Godden references agree that there are two main versions of this image. This has the poem above the portrait with n...(more details)
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Robert BurnsRobert Burns
"Robert Burns” (STG 74). This was the first small portrait Stevens produced of a non-political nature. Both the Sprake/Darby and Godden references agree that there are two main versions of this image. This has the credit and title below the sil...(more details)
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The Good Old DaysThe Good Old Days
Stevengraph entitled "The Good Old Days". Numbered STG 187 this version has no rural scene behind that the later (STG188) version exhibits. Excellent colouring of the silk, and the mount is clean. One of the most popular Stevengraphs, being a Ro...(more details)
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The Good Old DaysThe Good Old Days
Stevengraph entitled "The Good Old Days". Numbered STG 188 this version is a later one, having a pleasant rural scene behind, whereas the earlier version has nothing. Excellent colouring of the silk. One of the most popular Stevengraphs, th...(more details)
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Souvenir Edinburgh Exhibition Edinburgh CastleSouvenir Edinburgh Exhibition Edinburgh Castle
"Edinburgh Exhibition - Souvenir" of Edinburgh Castle,  woven in the Exhibition by WH Grant & Co. Godden has much detail relating to Grant in his reference book. This, and the accompanying image of "Holyrood Palace" also avail...(more details)
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Glasgow International ExhibitionGlasgow International Exhibition
" International Exhibition Glasgow 1888" STG 120. This very rare silk attracts a 5 star category from the Sprake/Darby reference book. It is size 3 in the same book which is one of the larger Stevengraphs. It is a landscape view of the exterior ...(more details)
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Edinburgh International ExhibitionEdinburgh International Exhibition
"Edinburgh International Exhibition" (STG-) shows an aerial view of the exhibition buildings. It was woven at the Exhibition which opened on 6 May 1886 when in excess of 40,000 people attended. The Stevens stand sold these items during the Exhib...(more details)
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Edinburgh ExhibitionEdinburgh Exhibition
"A Present from the Edinburgh International Exhibition" (STG 119) shows an aerial view of the exhibition buildings to the centre and four other views with the City's Coat of Arms. The other views are: "The Netherport, a French Ambassador's ...(more details)
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A Present from the International Exhibition Edinburgh 1886 Version 3A Present from the International Exhibition Edinburgh 1886 Version 3
"A Present from the International Exhibition - Edinburgh 1886" woven in the Exhibition by WH Grant & Co. This is similar in detail to the other multiple Grants on the site, combining some of the silks already detailed. Although&nbs...(more details)
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A Present from the International Exhibition Edinburgh 1886 Version 2A Present from the International Exhibition Edinburgh 1886 Version 2
"A Present from the International Exhibition - Edinburgh 1886" woven in the Exhibition by WH Grant & Co. Godden has much detail relating to Grant in his reference book. On page 421 he refers to this item as having been produced aft...(more details)
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Souvenir Edinburgh Exhibition Holyrood PalaceSouvenir Edinburgh Exhibition Holyrood Palace
"Edinburgh Exhibition - Souvenir" of Holyrood Palace,  woven in the Exhibition by WH Grant & Co. Godden has much detail relating to Grant in his reference book. This, and the accompanying image of "Edinburgh Castle" also avail...(more details)
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A Present from the International Exhibition Edinburgh 1886 Version 1A Present from the International Exhibition Edinburgh 1886 Version 1
"A Present from the International Exhibition - Edinburgh 1886" woven in the Exhibition by WH Grant & Co. This is similar in detail to the other multiple Grants on the site. In Godden, page 421, he refers to this item as having...(more details)
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Book Mark Book Mark "To My Dear Mother"
"To My Dear Mother" (BM354) with the rhyme: On every land, in every clime, true to her sacred cause, filled by that effluence sublime, from which her strength she draws. Still is the Mother's heart the same, The Mother's lot as tried, then Oh ma...(more details)
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Book Mark Book Mark "With Best Wishes"
"With Best Wishes" (BM408) with the script: Holy Bible, book Divine, Precious treasure thou art mine, Mine to tell me whence I came, Mine to teach me what I am. One of the many bookmarks Stevens produced, here framed in a simple gilt moulding an...(more details)
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Swallow Falls Bettws y coedSwallow Falls Bettws y coed
A “Stevengraph” silk picture by WH Grant (no 1011) called “Swallow Falls, Bettws-y-coed”, in postcard form. Grant produced many more postcard designs than Stevens, dating from about 1902, and, like all Grants, is often ra...(more details)
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Cashs DonkeyCashs Donkey
Lovely silk picture of a Donkey executed by Cash’s. This company had long been a competitor and successor to the Stevens and Grant factories, and were well known in earlier days for their nametapes. The production process ...(more details)
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Cash's Weaving - CatCash's Weaving - Cat
Lovely silk picture of a Cat executed by Cash’s. This company had long been a competitor and successor to the Stevens and Grant factories, and were well known in earlier days for their nametapes. The production process is ...(more details)
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Cashs Bicycle and GentlemanCashs Bicycle and Gentleman
Lovely silk picture of a Bicycle and Gentleman executed by Cash’s. This company had long been a competitor and successor to the Stevens and Grant factories, and were well known in earlier days for their nametapes. The productio...(more details)
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Cash's Weaving - DogCash's Weaving - Dog
Lovely silk picture of a Dog executed by Cash’s. This company had long been a competitor and successor to the Stevens and Grant factories, and were well known in earlier days for their nametapes. The production process is exact...(more details)
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Cash's Weaving - Barn OwlCash's Weaving - Barn Owl
Lovely silk picture of a Barn Owl executed by Cash’s. This company had long been a competitor and successor to the Stevens and Grant factories, and were well known in earlier days for their nametapes. The production proces...(more details)
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Cash's Weaving - BadgerCash's Weaving - Badger
Lovely silk picture of a Badger executed by Cash’s. This company had long been a competitor and successor to the Stevens and Grant factories, and were well known in earlier days for their nametapes. The production process is ex...(more details)
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Painted SilkPainted Silk
In the latter part of the C19th Stevengraphs faced a new competitor. It was not another Jacquard loom product, but a print on to silk. Clearly, it was a cheaper production process, although not comparable in quality to the woven pictures of Stevens, ...(more details)
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