Spilt Milk

Catalogue Number:- Reference Number:-  
not yet allocated Cash-picture0344  

J & J Cash woven picture of a small dog among bottles of spilt milk on the door step
Of card mount: 22.0cm deep by 30.3cm wide
Of tapestry: cm high by cm wide
This picture is one of the J. & J. Cash CLASSIC COLLECTION, with the actual tapestry being the back cover of a folder, with the title page and history of Cash's being the inside page.
This design was recorded in the Cash's 1995 Sales Catalogue with the Reference Number of 797.  
close up of the inside page, giving history of CASH'S:
close up of inside page

{CASH'S logo}
Classic Collection
{image of factory building}
A view of Cash's 'topshops', Cash's Lane, Coventry, circa 1850
About the Tapestry
Cash's story starts in the 19th Century although perhaps the true origins lie in the middle ages when
Coventry, a small city between the Cotswolds and the Derbyshire dales, was a thriving wool town.
From wool the city gradually became famous for silk weaving - a result of the Huguenot refugees
who fled from Europe and settled in Coventry. It was skills developed over centuries which led two
brothers - silk merchants - John and Joseph Cash, to open a weaving factory in the City in 1846.

Philip Eustace Stretton (1879-1919)
This tapestry has been woven in silk and other fine yarns. The skills of the artist,
Cash's designers and weavers combine to create an exquisite fine art image.
This magnificent range of designs gives you tomorrow's treasures today.

Cash's Classic Collection
J & J Cash Ltd, Torrington Avenue, Coventry CV4 9UZ, England

All the pictures recorded in the CLASSIC COLLECTION Series were of this same folder design, with the tapestry forming the back cover, and the recorded titles were:

file reference No: Picture Title 1995 Catalogue Number
cash-picture0342 Farmyard Friends 796
cash-picture0343 Geese & Poultry Feeding 795
cash-picture0344 Spilt Milk - the image above 797
cash-picture0345 The Haymakers 798
cash-picture0322 Hydrangeas & Lilacs 799
cash-picture0323 Narcissi & Tulips 800
cash-picture0074 Lady Godiva Procession 841

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