A 19th Century Ottoman Gold Thread Embroidery Panel Textile
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A 19th Century Ottoman Gold Thread Embroidery Panel TextilePossibly a scarf or a table cover.This is a very fine embroidery on fine handwoven cloth.The pattern is very unusual with spiders and flowers.And there is a variety of stitches.Dimensions:122 x 74 cmCondition:In very good antique condition. With some almost invisible repairs.
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