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An antique Vernis Martins Bodkin holder ...

 

Vibrant colours and fine detail. Sadly the condition is less than ideal, with missing lacquer work, damage to the base and an ill fitting lid.

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Picture of sail/steam ship , made of woo...

 

Depicting a H.M. Navy ironclad frigate.

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No visible fading or damage to textile. The frame exhibits some wear and tear with damage to the gesso plaster. The values below are for the large tapestry. If you have additional pieces they would need to be submitted for individual consideration since they all have different values.

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Uzbek Silk Ikat coat with red floral co...

 

Manufactured in the Samarkan region. In fair condition with visible textile damage, wear and staining around collar.

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Chinese silk skirt in red, with black em...

 

Borders with black fabric and songbird and butterfly design. Pleated effect produced with the narrow royal blue trim. In very good condition overall. No visible damage or wear patterns.

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Appears to be in very good condition with little visible signs of wear and tear caused by use.

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It is an elaborately decorated apron, ci...

 

Cream, with embroidered work in shades of green and brown corded silk and couched metal wrapped thread with blooms, stylised acorns, leaves and berries.

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The logo for the Seattle Fir of 1909 amongst tall trees, distant mountains and two flags above, painted onto a canvas or textile ground.

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Silk Embroidery. May have been carried o...

 

Some visible creases or wrinkles caused by humidity.

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Black Silk , framed silk embroidery. May...

 

Design in the form of a song bird on a floral bough. In wooden simply gilded frame with a machine woven border.

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A Vernis Martin lacquer étui.

An antique Vernis Martins Bodkin holder needle case, depicting a lady and gent to one side and trees...

A Victorian silk and woollen handworked panel.

Picture of sail/steam ship , made of wool & cotton with '3d' sails Believed to originate from Ch...

Bright multicolored silk coat.

Uzbek Silk Ikat coat with red floral cotton lining.

Chinese two panel skirt in red brocade with dragon motif.

Chinese silk skirt in red, with black embroidered panes, gold thread dragons, & fertility symbols.

Kesi imperial court style robe in rich brocade with heavily embroidered trim.

I think it may be a court robe. Not sure of its age . came from my mother- in law.who had indirect c...

A lady's taffeta apron.

It is an elaborately decorated apron, circa 1730, of cream coloured taffeta with embroidery worked i...

A Textile Depicting the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Logo Amongst Tall Trees.

A 21 inch square cloth painted with the logo of the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition -Seattle 1909.

Embroidered panel in satin.

Silk Embroidery. May have been carried out of China 1944-47 or earlier

Embroidered silk and satin panel of Chinese origins.

Black Silk , framed silk embroidery. May have been carried out of China 1944-47 or earlier

A Vernis Martin lacquer étui.
A Victorian silk and woollen handworked panel.
Traditional late Victorian tapestry in frame.
Bright multicolored silk coat.
Chinese two panel skirt in red brocade with dragon motif.
Kesi imperial court style robe in rich brocade with heavily embroidered trim.
A lady's taffeta apron.
A Textile Depicting the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Logo Amongst Tall Trees.
Embroidered panel in satin.
Embroidered silk and satin panel of Chinese origins.

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