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Early Uzbek Shahrisabz Delicious Silk Embroidery Suzani

Here is early Uzbek Shahrisabz delicious classic suzani, silk embroidery on ikat adras base. Second half 19th C, size is 43 x 65 , silk embroidery is in very good condition. Silk ikat adras base has several places of the repair. This is a wonderful item, a real masterpiece to collect and enjoy. The item

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Early Uzbek Bukhara Suzani Silk Embroidered Fragment

Here is early Uzbek Bukhara silk embroidered suzani fragment, late 18th / early 19th C, 12 x 42, silk embroidery on white cotton base, nice natural dyes, worn condition. The item “EARLY UZBEK BUKHARA SUZANI SILK EMBROIDERED FRAGMENT” is in sale since Friday, March 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Linens & Textiles

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Early 1900s NAVY SILK EMBROIDERY.’ SCREAMING EAGLE & FLAGS’. SIGNED, FRAMED

ANTIQUE SIGNED, OAK FRAMED, SCREAMING EAGLE & FLAG NAVY EMBROIDERY…. SIGNED & STAMPED BY H. IMAMURA OF NAGASAKI JAPAN… LARGE 40” X 35” INCHES… FINE CONDITION, LIGHT WEAR… The item “Early 1900s NAVY SILK EMBROIDERY.’ SCREAMING EAGLE & FLAGS’. SIGNED, FRAMED” is in sale since Sunday, April 7, 2019. This item is in the category

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Early Uzbek Nurata Silk Embroidery Suzani Fragment

Here is an early Uzbek Nurata silk embroidery suzani fragment, early 19th C, size is 20 x 23 , good condition. This is a wonderful item, a real masterpiece to collect and enjoy. The item “EARLY UZBEK NURATA SILK EMBROIDERY SUZANI FRAGMENT” is in sale since Friday, September 28, 2018. This item is in the

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Early Uzbek Tashkent Silk Embroidery Suzani

Here is an early Uzbek Tashkent silk embroidery suzani , middle 19th C, size is 43 x 84 , very good condition. This is a wonderful item, a real masterpiece to collect and enjoy. The item “EARLY UZBEK TASHKENT SILK EMBROIDERY SUZANI” is in sale since Thursday, December 27, 2018. This item is in the

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Early Old Uzbek Shahrisabz Silk Embroidered Suzani Fragment

Here is early antique Uzbek Shahrisabz silk embroidered suzani fragments mounted on silk base and ready to be framed, early 19th C, 22 x 29 (55 cm x 72 cm), beautiful embroidery, lovely natural colors, very good condition. The item “EARLY OLD UZBEK SHAHRISABZ SILK EMBROIDERED SUZANI FRAGMENT” is in sale since Friday, October 12,

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Early Old Uzbek Bukhara Silk Embroidered Suzani Fragment

Here is early old Uzbek Bukhara silk embroidered suzani fragment, late 18th / early 19th C, 12 x 42, silk embroidery on white cotton base, nice natural dyes, worn condition. The item “EARLY OLD UZBEK BUKHARA SILK EMBROIDERED SUZANI FRAGMENT” is in sale since Wednesday, October 10, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Linens

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Early Antique 16th Century Renaissance Florentine Silk Brocade Textile Fragment

Here’s an extremely rare early 16th Century FLORENTINE RENAISSANCE textile fragment. This textile was woven 500 years ago!!! Colors are still glorious — red and gold. It measures 27 x 17.5 inches. Simply gorgeous and framable! Please check out my other items. For my latest finds in antique rugs and textiles! Textile Production is perhaps

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Early Uzbek Bukhara Silk Embroidery Suzani Fragment

Here is early Uzbek Bukhara silk embroidery suzani fragment, 22″ x 41″, late 18th/early 19th C, worn condition. This is a wonderful item, a real masterpiece to collect and enjoy. The item “EARLY UZBEK BUKHARA SILK EMBROIDERY SUZANI FRAGMENT” is in sale since Friday, April 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Linens &

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Early 20th Century Framed Royal Navy Royal Arms Silk Work

Early 20th Century Framed Royal Navy Royal Arms Silk Work. A fine Royal Naval silk work featuring the Royal arms dating to the early 1900s. The silk work is of the royal arms with scrolling banner below reading’Dieu Et Mon Droit’ (God And My Right [the motto of the British Monarch]). The piece is presented

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