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16-8212

16-8212

A pair of c. 1895 English Aesthetic Movement hangings.

6'8½" high x 45" wide

C05-4275

C05-4275

20th century Chinese (Miao Minority) accordian pleated cotton skirt.

49¼" long x 21¼" wide

C06-4285

C06-4285

Late 19th or early 20th century wedding blanket by Buyi minority group.

60" high x 48" wide

E02-3162

E02-3162

c.1725 English needlepoint panel in wool and silk.

6'7½" long x 2'9½" wide

F00-1419

F00-1419

Early 18th century French pair of silk needlepoint panels.

9'5" high x 46" wide

F03-1573

F03-1573

An unusual 18th century French brocaded cover

7' long x 48½" wide

F07-1728

F07-1728

Circa 1700 French yellow silk skirt panel.

47½" long x 46½" wide

I01-3092

I01-3092

Italian 17th century bargello needlepoint table carpet.

8'3" long x 5'11" wide

I01-3093

I01-3093

Italian, early 17th century needlepoint hanging.

9'4½" long x 5' wide

I03-3162

I03-3162

16th century Spanish beautifully embroidered orphrey.

52¾" long x 9" wide

I04-3205

I04-3205

c. 1400-1500 Italian chasuble back with a central panel and top made of a rare design of Ottoman velvet.

54¼" long x 27¼" wide

I06-3260AB

I06-3260AB

A pair of 17th century Italian polychrome silk floss embroidered column covers.

8' 8½" long x 29½" wide

I08-3270

I08-3270

A delightful late 17th century Italian silk floss panel.

22" long x 75" wide

I08-3278

I08-3278

Early 20th century Mariano Fortuny (Venice, Italy) stenciled cotton wall hanging with a foliated leaf and crown design.

80" high x 45½" wide
(3 panels joined)

I08-3279

I08-3279

Late 17th century Italian hanging with a red silk ground and silk gold applique.

5' long x 6' wide

I10-3286

I10-3286

18th C. Italian silk floss embroidered antependium.

35½" long x 91" wide

I16-3298

I16-3298

A 19th century Portuguese (Castelo Branco) embroidered coverlet made of homespun linen/flax and embroidered in silk floss thread.

82" long x 52" wide

I17-3300

I17-3300

Silk embroidered coverlet. May be used as a table cover, a wall hanging, or a bed cover.

8’3” long x 63½” wide

I99-3024

I99-3024

18th century Italian jade green silk panel embroidered in polychrome silk threads.

41" long x 61" wide

J02-5119

J02-5119

Japanese, late Meiji period cotton and silk embroidery.

8' 4" long x 3' 2" wide

J05-5190

J05-5190

Late 19th century Japanese resist dyed wool felt.

Mounted: 52¼" long x 6'11'' wide

J05-5191

J05-5191

19th century Japanese resist dyed (shibori-zome) wool felt carpet (shibori-mosen) with a red field.

49½" long x 80½" wide

J05-5193

J05-5193

19th c. Japanese cotton futon cover called "Boro".

Mounted: 69" long x 63¾" wide

J06-5202

J06-5202

Early 20th century (Taisho) Japanese Buddhist monk's garment (kesa).

43" long x 89" wide

J10-5231

J10-5231

Late 19th century Japanese silk temple hanging.

38¾" long x 105" wide

J10-5232

J10-5232

A late19th century Japanese kesa

68½" long x 43" wide

J10-5234

J10-5234

Taisho Period Japanese resist dyed furoshiki

44" wide x 39" deep

J11-5237

J11-5237

Early 20th century Japanese resist dyed (shibori) futon cover.

Mounted: 61" long x 56" wide

J12-5238

J12-5238

Early 20th century Japanese (Meiji period) cotton ikat futon cover with square designs in deep indigo blue, light blue, and white called, "Dancing Squares."

83½" long x 51½" wide

J90-5024

J90-5024

Late 18th/early 19th century Japanese blue ground k'oss-u.

58½" long x 60" wide

J99-5089

J99-5089

Japanese fukusa (tapestry weave gift cover).

26" long x 27" wide

J99-5091

J99-5091

Japanese fukusa (tapestry weave gift cover).

30" long x 26½" wide

J99-5092

J99-5092

Japanese fukusa (tapestry weave gift cover).

30½" long x 27" wide

J99-5093

J99-5093

Japanese fukusa (tapestry weave gift cover).

29" long x 24½" wide

ME04-6125

ME04-6125

Modern reproduction Suzani from Uzbekistan.

49" high x 20" wide

ME08-6196

ME08-6196

A late 18th century silk embroidered panel on a green cotton ground called a "kaitag" from Daghestan.

46" high x 30" wide

ME11-6217

ME11-6217

A late 19th century ceremonial presentation scarf (lawon) from Sumatra, Indonesia.

83" long x 33¼" wide

ME13-6241

ME13-6241

Early 20th century silk ikat panel, Central Asia, Uzbekistan.

92" long x 59" wide

ME17-6245

ME17-6245

Embroidered wedding shawl called a phulkari from the Punjab region of Pakistan.

97½" high x 48" wide

ME98-6030

ME98-6030

Late 19th century cotton Kaitag from the Caucasus region.

Mounted: 38" long x 27¾" wide

ME99-6049

ME99-6049

18th century embroidery from Rhodes, Greece.

25½" long x 83" wide

NA16-2010A

NA16-2010A

c. 1947 screen printed linen, "Manhattan," created by an unknown artist .

95" long x 46" wide

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