Beautiful Chinese embroidered silk panel. Mid to late 19th Century with Dragons, Flowers. Foliage etc in beautiful subtle colors with lots of gold. Wire work plus the Forbidden or Peking stitch used throughout. We have been advised this is mid to late 19th Century..
Beautiful item that has been hand embroidered using great skill with Dragons. Flowers, Foliage etc all hand embroidered on a bronze silk background. Exquisite hand embroidered blue silk border. In excellent vintage condition and we have been advised that this is a very early. Piece of important Chinese embroidery with the Forbidden or Peking stitch being used throughout....
The embroidery measures 23" (59cms) long by 11" (28cms) wide. A beautiful Chinese antique hand embroidery that is in. Excellent condition and would look magnificent framed. There is not a lot more l can say really but ask you to take a. Look at the photos, what you see is what you will get..
We were given this magnificent Chinese embroidery to sell earlier this week and. It came from a local estate here in Brighton. The previous owner was a costume designer and had amassed a. Huge collection of vintage items for research and inspiration.If there is anyone who can tell us anymore about the Antique textiles we are listing this week. Then we would be very happy to hear from you.
Part of a great collection of furs, bags and vintage pieces we will be listing over the next few days that have come to us fresh from local estates here in Brighton and Hove. There are several other early Chinese embroideries from this collection. Being listed this week so please take a look at the photos as we will always. The item "Antique 19th Century Chinese Hand Embroidered Silk PanelDragons, Flowers Etc" is in sale since Thursday, April 21, 2016. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/ Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Textiles".
The seller is "happy-fella" and is located in East Sussex,. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to Australia.