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Late 19th or early 20th century wedding blanket by Buyi minority group.
60" high x 48" wide
Mid-20th century Chinese Minority (Miao )panel with a patchwork of indigo blue squares joined.
38½" long x 24½ wide
Mid 20th century Chinese Minority (Miao) coverlet for a child with a patchwork of indigo blue squares joined together.
42½" long x 25½" deep
Circa 1700 French yellow silk skirt panel.
47½" long x 46½" wide
16th century Spanish beautifully embroidered orphrey.
52¾" long x 9" wide
A pair of 17th century Italian polychrome silk floss embroidered column covers.
8' 8½" long x 29½" wide
A delightful late 17th century Italian silk floss panel.
22" long x 75" wide
Late 17th century Italian hanging with a red silk ground and silk gold applique.
5' long x 6' wide
18th C. Italian silk floss embroidered antependium.
35½" long x 91" wide
A 19th century Portuguese (Castelo Branco) embroidered coverlet made of homespun linen/flax and embroidered in silk floss thread.
82" long x 52" wide
Silk embroidered coverlet. May be used as a table cover, a wall hanging, or a bed cover.
8’3” long x 63½” wide
18th century Italian jade green silk panel embroidered in polychrome silk threads.
41" long x 61" wide
Modern reproduction Suzani from Uzbekistan.
49" high x 20" wide
A late 18th century silk embroidered panel on a green cotton ground called a "kaitag" from Daghestan.
46" high x 30" wide
Embroidered wedding shawl called a phulkari from the Punjab region of Pakistan.
97½" high x 48" wide
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
Late 19th century cotton Kaitag from the Caucasus region.
Mounted: 38" long x 27¾" wide
18th century embroidery from Rhodes, Greece.
25½" long x 83" wide