The Point Paper Art Company

The Art Behind Textile Point Paper

About Point Paper Art

Prior to the advent of computer aided design (CAD), drawings of woven textile pattern were translated by craftsmen onto special graph paper called point papers. These detailed drawings were then read by textile technicians, who cut the weaving instruction cards that were to be placed onto the looms.

To delight the curious, The Point Paper Art Company have selected designs from their archive collections to breathe new life into this now historical textile craft.

Greetings Cards

We have a selection of  greetings card designs available to purchase. The card is FSC certified and made in the UK. The cards are left blank for your own message. Please contact Richard on 07715 002090 or by email Email richardsmith7@btconnect.com

AH 3260 Jacobean
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

AH Dragon in Acanthus
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

AH Hunting Scene
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

AH 3040
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

Leaves

AH Hunting Scene
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

MB 1301
Design origin France 1890

AH 6967 Sprig
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

Leaves

AH 3102 Fruit
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

MB 12551 Circles
Design origin France 1900

MB 12645 Mayan
Design origin France 1900

Leaves

AH Tree of Life
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s

MB 1247 Twill
Design origin France 1890

AH 3008
Design origin East Germany est 1920’s
Leaves

MB 1464 Tulip
Design origin France 1890

Public Direct Sale

Our greetings cards with envelope cost £2.50 each
Minimum order value is £25 plus p&p.
This equates to a minimum purchase of 10 cards.

Wholesale

Each design is sold in a pack of 6 and with envelopes
£7.50 per pack with a minimum order value is £50 + p&p.
This equates to a minimum order of 7 packs.

Contact Point Paper Art Company

With an extensive archive of original prints and designs dating back over 100 years, contact Richard today to find out more about our collection.

Richard M R Smith