Exhibitors

Peta Smyth Antique Textiles

Stand B5

An 18th century English needlework picture, worked in silk and wool in gros and petit point. Framed, 2'6½

An 18th century English needlework picture, worked in silk and wool in gros and petit point. Framed, 2'6½" (77.5cm) high and 2'5" (74cm) wide.

An Aubusson tapestry, circa 1750 . 'La Jeunesse', from the series 'Ages de la vie', based on engravings by Nicolas de Larmessin after the set of four paintings by Nicolas Lancret, now in the collection of the National Gallery, London. 8’11½” (273cm) high and 6’1” (185cm) wide.

An Aubusson tapestry, circa 1750 . 'La Jeunesse', from the series 'Ages de la vie', based on engravings by Nicolas de Larmessin after the set of four paintings by Nicolas Lancret, now in the collection of the National Gallery, London. 8’11½” (273cm) high and 6’1” (185cm) wide.

An Italian embroidered hanging, circa 1700, worked in couched and appliquéd silk. 2'4½

An Italian embroidered hanging, circa 1700, worked in couched and appliquéd silk. 2'4½" (72cm) high and 9'6¼" (290cm) wide.

‘Haddon’. An English printed silk cover, circa 1895-1910. This is a pattern known from G.P. & J. Baker’s record sample P.212, hand-block printed on a linen/jute mixture fabric circa 1902-1905; the pattern, however, dates from earlier, the border blocks having been cut in July 1895. A small piece of paper proof identifying the main pattern as coming from block B67 and the borders from B95 name the design as “Haddon”. The designer’s name is not recorded, although Sidney Mawson has been suggested. It was produced for Baker's client No.10, which may have been Liberty. 9’6½” (291cm) x 5’8½” (174cm).

‘Haddon’. An English printed silk cover, circa 1895-1910. This is a pattern known from G.P. & J. Baker’s record sample P.212, hand-block printed on a linen/jute mixture fabric circa 1902-1905; the pattern, however, dates from earlier, the border blocks having been cut in July 1895. A small piece of paper proof identifying the main pattern as coming from block B67 and the borders from B95 name the design as “Haddon”. The designer’s name is not recorded, although Sidney Mawson has been suggested. It was produced for Baker's client No.10, which may have been Liberty. 9’6½” (291cm) x 5’8½” (174cm).

European textiles of the period spanning the 16th century to the 19th century. Tapestries, needlework, crewelwork and other embroidery, silks, velvets, appliquéd and printed textiles, curtains, cushions and passementerie.

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