Chintz door curtain
Chintz door curtain.1800s.Iran, Isfahan, Qajar period.Plain weave:cotton;chintz, hand drawing and block printing:bleach, mordant,and dye.213.7x135.9cm. Cleveland Museum of Art. By the 1600s and 1700s, chintz was designed to target European and Asian markets and often featured large tree-of-life patterns. Chintz was also made in Iran by the 1400s, but this rare door curtain from the 1800s is among the oldest known examples.