A Victorian embroidered silk piano shawl, 19th century, in soft teal colours with a typical deep fringe and embroidered with flowers and tendrils in bright silk threads, with the original 1996 receipt from Lynton Antiques, Armadale Melbourne. Length 145 cm
Two rare embroidered silk on silk portraits of a young woman, Kyoto Japan, Taisho period, circa 1920, eyes looking skyward, using a single thread and needle, original lacquer and deep silk frames, a rear metal plaque reads 'ITDA and Co, Takishamaya Kyoto T
A square Kashmiri Twill shawl, hand woven in multi-coloured palette, with a fringed edge, India, 19th/20th century, a black central medallion with embroidered gates on four sides, feels like wool blend with pashmina, condition: small holes not obvious, 200
A 'hundred boys' embroidered panel, the white silk ground decorated in colours with the auspicious 'hundred boys' joyfully engaged in various pursuits, some flying kites, reading or playing games, others in a 'dragon' procession carrying banners and lanter
World War I period Embroidery. St George Slaying the dragon. Stitching done in the inside of a kit bag, purportedly by an unknown Italian soldier during World War I. The soldier was said to have fought alongside an Australian soldier in the trenches, after
A fine Cutwork linen Tablecloth and Napkins, mid 20th century, the tablecloth in ecru linen decorated throughout with floral designs and patterns in a range of techniques including embroidery, pulled thread work and tatting, with twelve associated napkins.
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