Some of the terrific hand-drawn patterns lining the Gentleman's collection from Mr. Boddington's Studio remind me of specific textiles. It's a subjective response, but compare and contrast:
There's this late-19th-century hand-drawn Javanese batik. The National Gallery of Australia describes the dominant design on the cotton as chintz-like with undulating, flowering branches.
Sari to Sarong 500 Years of Indian and Indonesian Textile Exchange. You can see some of the museum's behind the scenes restorations here.
A personal favorite from the exhibition catalogue, the pattern on this 18th-century Coromandel Coast handspun cotton was created with mordant painting and hand-drawn batik.
[Dash's stationery set]
[Detail of Winchester hand-blocked discharge-printed indigo linen from Meg Andrews.]