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18th Century Silk Brocade Gold Metallic Embroidered Stumpwork Baroque Textiles

Two 18th century Baroque panels. Cream silk ground brocaded with pretty silver metallic flowers. Elaborate gold metallic embroidered stumpwork flowers. Antique’as found’ condition for reference or re working. General wear commensurate with great age. Loose missing threads, areas of wear to ground silk. SIZE each panel 24 inches long x 8.5 inches wide narrowing to

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18th Century English Silk Ball Gown Dress Decronstructed for Re Working

An 18th Century English Gown. Fine quality lemon gold silk. Has at sometime in the past been taken apart. The bodice separated from the skirt. I have roughly pinned the pieces of the skirt to the bodice to give an idea of how it could look. The bodice has been worn a little more than

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18th Century Italian Embroidered Silk Wall Hanging Roses Carnations Tulips HUGE

An Italian Wall Hanging / Cover. Large Impressive Baroque Work of Art. Finely embroidered in coloured silks with an overall design of tulips, carnations, daffodils, roses and chrysanthemums. Within golden foliage scrolls and curled leaves on a magenta silk ground with a darker colour silk cartouch towards the centre. Dating from late 18th century. Made

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18th C ANTIQUE OTTOMAN-TURKISH SILK & METALLIC HAND EMBROIDERY ON FINE LINEN

You are viewing an attractive example of embroidery. I’m offering a lovely yaglk” Origin : Turkey. Example from the :18th c. Colourway of the fabric : ecru It is a hand loomed fine linen (dulbent) fabric. The hand embroidery is on both ends, silk and silver-gilt tinsel on thin linen; The embroidery technique counted stitches

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18th Century Italian Gold Silver Metallic Embroidery on Silk

Exquisite Antique Embroidered Panel. Dating from 18th century. The silk ground is made up from individual 18th century silk brocade panels neatly sewn together rather like a patchwork. Decorated with the most elaborate and opulent Gold and Silver metallic embroidery. Finished with a Gold Metallic lace trim which of high metallic content and is French.

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18th Century Antique Silk Needlework Mourning Picture in Memory of Polly Fuller

Fine silk needlework mourning picture in memory of Polly Fuller who died March 22, 1796 at four years of age. Worked in shades of gold, beige, and brown silk threads on a cream silk ground with watercolor additions. 16 ¾ x 16 ¾ inches, sight. Fuller died March 22 1796 Age 4. Sleep on sweet

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18th C. OTTOMAN GREEK ISLANDS BRIDAL TROUSSEAU SILK ON LINEN EMBROIDERED YASTIK

WOW = A fantastic 18th century perhaps earlier? Ottoman Greek Islands embroidered yastik, Northwestern Greece, Epirus region. The exact size is: 1′-10″ x 3′-1″ (56 x 94 cm). Multi-color silk on linen. Shows some embroidery loss and some past restoration. Embroideries like the present specimen were produced for the bridal trousseaux. This early antique example

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18th Century Embroidery French Dress Panel Metallic Stumpwork Silk Flowers

Antique Embroidered Dress Panel. Dating from Late 17th early 18th century. Gold silk ground exquisitely embroidered with metallic couch work and silk flowers. Most likely from the bottom of an elaborate Court Dress. I have added a photograph to show how it would have been used in the early 18th century. This very rare work

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18th c Antique French Religious Silk Embroidery Stump work Altar Roses Ex Voto

Isn’t this the most fantastic piece you’ve ever seen? This wonder measures 102″ long by 13″ wide not including the gold bullion fringe. The tassels are 3 1/2 long. The centerpiece is a fantastic double Ex Voto. Please look at photos for details and wear. The item “18th c Antique French Religious Silk Embroidery Stump

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18th or Early 19th Century Pair of Silk Needlework Pictures in Period Frames

Description: Pair of outstanding oval silk needleworks of figures in landscapes from the late 18th or early 19th century. Each one in a a period frame with eglomise mat. Both are beautifully worked and the colors have remained vibrant. As you can see in the pictures, the one with sheep has a small tear in

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