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Possibly made by Mary Flower, American, 1744 - 1778.     Linen plain weave with wool embroidery in tent stitch, wool twill tape, silk plain weave  9 1/4 x 7 inches (23.5 x 17.8 cm)

Possibly made by Mary Flower, American, 1744 - Linen plain weave with wool embroidery in tent stitch, wool twill tape, silk plain weave 9 x 7 inches x cm)

Betegnelse:      Alterklede (Betegnelse)  Historikk:      Produksjon:      1549 (Ca.)      Bruk:      Brukssted: Norge, Oppland, Gran, Brandbu      Aksesjon:      1902 (Innlemmet i samlingene)  Identifikasjonsnr.:      NF.1902-0443  Eier:      Norsk Folkemuseum

Betegnelse: Alterklede (Betegnelse) Historikk: Produksjon: 1549 (Ca.

Gallery.ru / Фото #41 - German Brick Stitch - GWD

Some embroidery in progress. The pattern is based on the Halberstatt wall-hangings (you can look up this wall-haning on www.

Square panel of embroidery        English, 17th century         England  Dimensions      21 x 21.5 cm (8 1/4 x 8 7/16 in.)  Medium or Technique      Linen with silk and silver metal thread embroidery

Square panel of embroidery ~ English ~ century ~ Linen with silk and silver metal thread embroidery ~ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

A fine 18th Century N.E. flame stitch pocketbook made for Elizabeth Baldwin born in MA. Baldwin family were among the early settlers of  Saxon origin, descendants of Mitilda, married William the Conqueror.

flame stitch pocketbook made for Elizabeth Baldwin born in MA. Baldwin family were among the early settlers of Saxon origin, descendants of Mitilda, married William the Conqueror.

"Philadelphia Museum of Art  Card Case    Made in United States, North and Central America  18th century    Artist/maker unknown, American    Linen plain weave with wool embroidery in Irish and cross stitch; silk taffeta lining  4 11/16 x 3 3/16 inches (11.9 x 8.1 cm)    Currently not on view    1909-107    Gift of Mrs. William D. Frishmuth, 1909"

century, America - Card Case - Linen plain weave with wool embroidery in Irish and cross stitch; silk taffeta lining

Embroidery. England, late 16th to early 17th century. Linen with silk embroidery. From the MFA Boston: 49.1897

England, late to early century. Linen with silk embroidery. From the MFA Boston

Linen sweet bag with silk embroidery (detail), English, 1600–30  © CSG CIC Material(s): silk, linen, metal  Size/ Weight: overall: 330 mm x 170 mm x 100 mm  Accession No: 29.310 Glasgow Museums

Antique Sweet Linen Bag with silk embroidery (detail), English, © CSG CIC Material(s): silk, linen, metal Size/ Weight: overall: 330 mm x 170 mm x 100 mm Accession No: Glasgow Museums.By Donnine~

Embroidery Fragment Date: 14th century Culture: Swiss Medium: Silk embroidery on linen plain weave Dimensions: Overall: 24 5/16 x 27 13/16 in. (61.8 x 70.6 cm) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 2010 Accession Number: 2010.29

Embroidery Fragment Date: century Culture: Swiss Medium: Silk embroidery on linen plain weave Dimensions: Overall: 24 x 27 in. x cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: The Cloisters Collection, 2010 Accession Number:

England, 17th century, embroidery: silk on linen tabby ground, Overall: 60.07 x 18.09 cm (23 5/8 x 7 1/16 inches). The Mary Pack McNairy Collection 1942.509

English Sampler ~ England ~ embroidery: silk on linen tabby ground ~ The Mary Pack McNairy Collection ~ Cleveland Museum of Art

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