Chinese Silk Embroidery Panel Textile 18 1/2 X 25 1/2 USA ship Rooster Flower

PLEASE see ENLARGED PHOTOS for DETAILS. Please see more items we have for sale. The item “Chinese Silk Embroidery Panel Textile 18 1/2 X 25 1/2 USA ship Rooster Flower” is in sale since Monday, May 21, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Robes & Textiles”. The seller is “danceintounity” and is located

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Amazing Uzbek Hand Embroidery Silk On Cotton Suzani Of Nurota Bek-159

AMAZING UZBEK HAND EMBROIDERY SILK ON COTTON SUZANI OF NUROTA. Suzani is type of embroidered and decorative textile made in Uzbekistan and other Central Asian countries. Popular design motifs include sun and moon, flower especially tulips, carnations , fruits and birds. Silk on cotton embroidered suzani made in Uzbekistan, region Nurota. Embroidery made of silk.

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ANTIQUE ARMENIAN SILK HAND EMBROIDERY ON SILK PILLOW CASE OTTOMAN PERIOD 125cm

You are viewing an attractive example of embroidery. I’m offering a lovely Armenian silk hand embroidery. A beautiful and huge pillow case of hand loomed silk fabric exquisitely hand embroidered with silk yarns. It has a stamp inside which is writing Armenian atelier’s name’ EREVOUM MAZLIMIAN’ and address. Example from the : Ottoman period. Please

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Chinese Embroidery on Silk in Rosewood Frame

Antique, Chinese , double side , hand made, silk embroidery Art, “Cranes and pine tree” in carved Rosewood wall frame , beautifu stunning job. Sz embroidery -18.1/2×11.1/2 inch(47x29cm), with frame- 24.1/4x17inch. (61.5x 43cm)in excellent condition. The item “Chinese Embroidery on Silk in Rosewood Frame” is in sale since Monday, November 20, 2017. This item is

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French Antique Embroidery Louis XIV Wall Plaques For Sale

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17th Century Italian Silk Valence Pelmet Gold Metallic Embroidery Eyelash Trim

A 17th Century Italian Valence most likely from a Venetian Palazzo bed hanging. Deep red silk decorated with gold metallic embroidered applique. Finished with metallic trim and fine deep eyelash tassel fringe. Dating from circa 1650. Antique time worn condition with appropriate sings of wear commensurate with over three hundred and fifty years of use.

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Chinese Embroidery Silk Hand Dragon Emperor Hat A Set of Cloth Robes Cloak

You may also like. Chinese Embroidery Silk Hand Dragon Emperor Hat A Set of Cloth Robes Cloak. This prie not including the inside brown lining and the red belt, only the big yellow dragon Robes Cloak! It is the real embroidery silk! Normally it expects 10 to 35 days to get to worldwide destinations. It

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Antique 1800’s Chinese embroidered silk needlepoint, museum quality. Beautiful

Beautiful ornate antique silk embroidery depicting 14 frolicking Crane’s – a traditional symbol of longevity. And a butterfly, depicts them playing in the water and sky. Blue, gold and silver tones. 22″ X 7″X 1/2. The item “Antique 1800’s Chinese embroidered silk needlepoint, museum quality. Beautiful” is in sale since Thursday, August 17, 2017. This

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Uzbek suzani abstract circles pattern. Handmade 100% silk. New arrival

If you have any questions.. Uzbek suzani abstract circles pattern. In Persian literally means “embroidered needle”, is a wall hanging, embroidered on silk, velvet or cotton canvas. Most large suzani, and they reached 2-3 meters long and 2 meters wide, designed usually to large gala events in the family. The art of creating suzani evolved

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ANTIQUE EARLY 20th c CHINESE EMBROIDERED DAMASK SILK WOMEN ROBE EMBROIDERY

ANTIQUE EARLY 20TH c CHINESE EMBROIDERED DAMASK SILK WOMEN ROBE! The embroidered sleeve bands and borders feature beautiful floral design. Worked in satin stitches using bright multi- colored threads and couching technique using golden metallic threads. The silk of the robe woven with reverse dragons roundels. Extremely finely worked piece- just look at the pictures!

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