Silk screens

Silk printing, or stencil printing - is a printing method in which the paint is transferred on the product by special silk yarn nets.The first hint of silk-screen- stencil printing was recorded in ancient China under the Song Dynasty (960 – 1279 BC).Since then, the technology has expanded into other Asian countries and has been improved by the development of new screen printing methods.this printing method came to the Western Europe in the second half of eighteenth century. This technology was improved and patented by Samuel Simon in England, 1907.“Rumšiškių baldai” antiques centre offers its customers world-famous artists' paintings – wide choice of the ancient silk-screen printings.These antique silk-screen work are not modern – it is excellent "preserved" items, vibrant coloured, often framed with historic, ornate frames ...

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