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Sweet bag with detached needlelace elements - 16th or 17th century.

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Date:     early 17th century Culture:     British Medium:     Metal thread on silk Dimensions:     L. 5 1/8 x W. 5 1/8 inches (13 x 13 cm)

Bag Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Metal thread on silk Dimensions: L. 5 inches x 13 cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered

В XVI и XVII веке искусство светской вышивки расцвело в Европе, особенно в Англии. Еще в Средние века английские мастера, вышивавшие церковное облачение, славились по всей Европе. Когда же король Генрих VIII порвал с католической церковью в 1534 году и учредил собственную церковь, нужда в расшитой богатой одежде для священников и убранстве соборов значительно сократилась.

Purse Date: early century Culture: British Medium: Canvas worked with silk and metal thread, glass beads, spangles; Gobelin, tent, and detached buttonhole stitches; silk cord and silk and metal thread tassels Accession Number:

Mirror, third quarter of 17th century; English; Satin worked with silk, chenille, purl, shells, wood, beads, mica, bird feathers, coral; detached buttonhole variations, long-and-short, satin, couching stitches, and knots [1st of two pins]

mirror satin + silk + chenille + shells + wood + beads + mica + bird feathers + coral raised-work embroidery stitches include: detached buttonhole variations + long-&-short + satin + couching + knots x England c. third quarter of century

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Two Ladies Personifying Taste and Touch Date: third quarter century Culture: English

Lot: A 17th century stumpwork tortoiseshell frame mirror,, Lot Number: 0582, Starting Bid: £3,200, Auctioneer: Cheffins , Auction: The Fine Art Sale - Day Two, Date: March 6th, 2014 AEDT

Lot: A century stumpwork tortoiseshell frame mirror,, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: Cheffins , Auction: The Fine Art Sale - Day Two, Date: March 2014 AEDT

Casket Date: 1670s Culture: British Medium: Satin worked with silk and metal thread, seed pearls; tent, satin, couching, Ceylon, detached needlepoint variations, knotted pile, knots, and crochet stitches; needle lace, metal bobbin lace; wood frame, silk lining, carved wooden feet. Accession Number: 39.13.4a–aaa

Casket Lid (male figure, detail) ~ ~ British ~ stumpwork or raised work embroidery ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

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