Design showing large, simple white flowers on a red ground, printed using the lead plate process.
This design was produced by passing a discharging liquid between two lead plates. Where this liquid came into contact with the cloth it would bleach away the red dye, leaving the floral pattern seen here. This was probably manufactured by John Orr Ewing and Co. in the 1890s.
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