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Jaquard antiguo francés. #Esmadeco.

Half round, flat pouch ceriserood satin embroidered with symmetrical floral and leaf motif in gold thread, with drawstring and silk tassels, anonymous, ca 1600 - ca 1699 Silk, gold leaf, flossing l 10.5 cm × W 15cm.

Brocade Fabric-Black-Bronze Tapestry : special occasion fabric : (5 yards; simplicity dress shirt) $10.00 per yard


Detail, Women's Waistcoat, British,1760-69, V Museum. Silver-gilt buttons fasten this 1760s woman’s riding waistcoat of eye-catching bright pink silk. Each button has a wooden core. The indented edges form useful notches around which to secure strips of silver-gilt foil and thread. They complement an embroidered pattern of flowers worked in chain-stitched silver-gilt thread and spangles (or sequins).

Paisley Shawl - Jacquard-Woven Wool with White Center and Boteh Designs and Harlequin & Fringed Borders. French or Scottish. Circa 1850-1860. 70" x 68" + 4" Fringe.

Shawl. Kashmir, India, ca. 1845. Wool twill tapestry weave with embroidery. From the MFA Boston: 34.182

Circa 1580 Italian symmetrical "candelabra" pattern of alto-e-basso or pile-on-pile of silk cut velvet. Called "candelabra" pattern due to the many branches in the design. Pile-on-pile refers to two layers of threads, one higher than the other. Alto-e-basso is Italian meaning high and low.

Complex and sophisticated Buta Paisley on Long Kashmir Paisley Shawl. Sikh-Period. Kashmir. Pashmina. ca. Mid 19th Century.

Susani Collection | Karun Collection