Embroidery & Appliqué
Circa 1700-1720. Probably intended as a cushion cover. Finely embroidered in silk in various stitches, flat quilted onto a fine linen ground and coarser linen backing.The textile 25" (63.5cm) x 32" (81cm)Framed size 26¾" (68cm) x 34¾" (88cm)Provenance: The collection of Roy Strong
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