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ANTIQUE UZBEK SILK HAND MADE- EMBROIDERED SUZANI 296×193-cm / 116.5×75.9-inches

This is a Suzani silk on cotton hand made embroidery. This is very unique item. As you can see on the picture the suzani has a little hole. Will also fit in a modern interior. Don’t miss it!!! Check out my other items. T roughout the centuries of their long history the peoples of Uzbekistan

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Antique 1920s embroidered cream silk Chinese figural floral fringed piano shawl

Antique vintage circa 1920s embroidered Chinese cream silk piano shawl with figural floral motif. Measures 64 x 58 inches in size with 18 inch fringe. Embroidery is on one side. Overall with minor scattered discoloration and spots consistent with age. There are also a few tiny. Scattered holes throughout that can be seen on close

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Antique Silk fabric silk hand Embroidered Piano Shawl CHINA OR Spain Beautiful

Antique Silk cream white fabric on silk hand Embroidered. And nice good color with full off flower Piano Shawl from. Spain – Beautiful and heavy shawl. If she used or where it on hear wedding but it is good hand embroidery shawl. All hand heavy silk hand embroidery and all pour silk fried. The shawl

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Antique Chinese Silk Ladies Robe Kimono Hand Embroidered Pinks Signature C 1910

Chinese silk kimono style robe hand embroidery showing exotic flora, leaves & tendrils. Salmon pink silk collar, cuffs, sash & silk lining c 1910. Signed on left sleeve by the embroiderer see pic 17. Wonderful colours, shades of pink & blue with lavender & cream. No wear to embroidery, no rot, repairs, holes. Sadly the

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Antique 3 Oriental Chinese Style Embroidered Wall Hangings

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SPLENDID RARE HAND EMBROIDERED ANTIQUE CANTON SILK SHAWL WithROSES, CIRCA 1920

Breathtaking Cantonese black silk hand embroidered shawl or Manton de Manila, with beautiful roses. Extremely rare design, circa 1920 this outstanding workmanship are a work of art! This is one of the most lavish pieces I have came across. The quality embroidery is exquisite. It is made from a very unusual in bright multi-colored silk

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VINTAGE 1940-50’s CHINESE CANTON EMBROIDERED SILK PIANO SHAWL EMBROIDERY

VINTAGE from 1940- 50’s CHINESE CANTONESE EMBROIDERED SILK PIANO SHAWL! On an off white silk material densely embroidered in bright multi- colored silk threads using fine satin stitches. Features scences from village life on a landscape with blooming flowers and trees. Extremely finely worked piece- just look at the pictures! The shawl measures 53″ (134.6

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Stunning Antique Chinese/cantonese Silk Hand Embroidered Piano Shawl. C. 1900

STUNNING ANTIQUE CHINESE/CANTONESE SILK HAND EMBROIDERED PIANO SHAWL. RICH EMBROIDERED WITH CHINESE FIGURES, FLORAL MOTIVES, BIRDS AND BUTTERFLIES. IT HAS YELLOW SPOTS AND SOME OF THE SAME COLOR OF THE SHAWL. LIGHT HOLES AND COMING UNDONE. SOME OF THE FRINGES ARE DISCOLORED. NUMEROUS PHOTOGRAPHS TO CHECK THE STATE OF THE SHAWL. CENTER: 150 x 145

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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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17th Century Silk Embroidered Chasuble Back Ecclesiastical Religious Flowers

15th to 19th Century. Antique Italian Ecclesiastical Chasuble Back. Beautifully embroidered in silks and wools in a naturalistic pattern on a hand woven linen ground. Roses, peonies, morning glories, tulips , carnations and strawberries, among large scale meandering garlands. The orphrey band is simply indicated with yellow and cream embroidery. Dating from late 17th century.

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