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18th Century Embroidery by charmainezoe
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18th Century Embroidery Metal Print

18th Century Embroidery Metal Print
18th Century Embroidery Metal Print
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18th Century Embroidery Metal Print
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Enjoy super sharp image details and rich, vibrant colors. No, we’re not talking about the newest HDTVs, but our lightweight, durable Metal Prints. Pick a design and give your space some modern edge with brilliant metal art. Available in three sizes.

  • Printed on 1/16” thick aluminum sheet canvas
  • High-gloss finish enhances image and colors
  • 3/4“ wooden frame on back to offset from wall
  • Wire or sawtooth hanger depending on size
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A beautiful example of 18th Century embroidery, this piece was part of an elaborate bed set, comprising coverlet, bolster cover, four pillow covers and three valances. It came from the Vyvyan family of Cornwall, and by family tradition was worked by Mary Vyvyan when her husband Sir Richard Vyvyan was imprisoned in the Tower of London in 1715. However, the quality of the work and extensive use of metal thread suggest that it was professionally made. It is worked in long and short, satin, stem and back stitches.embroidery and is now in the Victoria and Albert Museum. - 18th century, vintage, antique, needlework,

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