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First quarter of the 18th century French or Italian Bizarre silk with green damask ground brocaded with Bizarre motifs with accent color pink and metallic thread throughout.
43¼ long x 21¼ wide
c, 1920 block printed cotton twill using indigo on a silver/gold metallic ground by Mariano Fortuny, Venice, Italy. The surface color is green in a large foliated floral motif. Two panels joined.
8' 1" high x 51½" wide
c. 1920 pair of block printed cotton twill panels, indigo with a silver ground by Mariano Fortuny, Venice Italy. The design is inspired by Italian Renaissance textiles in a pattern commonly referred to as "open pomegranite" to imitate velvet.
6'6¼" high x 21½" deep
Early 20th century phulkari from the Punjab region of Pakistan. Wheat designs are embroidered in yellow silk thread on a dark brick red, homespun cotton ground. This would have been worn as part of wedding regalia.
98½" long x 50" wide