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17th century embroidered satin book with floral motif. by Aria Nadii on Flickr.

Jael and Barak Date: 1672 Culture: English Medium: Satin worked with silk and metal thread, beads, purl, mica, seed pearls; detached buttonhole variations, long-and-short, satin, couching, and straight stitches; wood frame, celluloid imitation tortoiseshell, mirror glass, silk, plush

A Charles II silk and velvet needlework and stumpwork picture. mid 17th century

Interior of 17th century cabinet

A late 17th century needlework handheld mirror Sold for £2,875 inc. premium

A needlework mirror with folding shutters.English, circa 1660. Photo: Bonhams. The ivory silk ground embroidered in coloured silks and metal thread with needlelace, raised, padded, purled and coiled work, the left shutter with a wild man wearing a skirt of flowers, a circlet of flowers in his hair, seated beneath a tree with a bow and arrow beside him, a spider hanging from a tree and a squirrel on a branch before him, the right shutter with a blackamoor woman standing beneath a tree and wear…

french embroidery 17th century | Donated by Comune e Cariprato, Inv. No. 81.01.88

Interior of 17th century cabinet

17th century needlework: Raised work and needlepoint; pictoral. Colored silks and metal threads over a tent stitched ground.