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Witney Antiques

Stand A27

Floral Woolwork panel worked by ten year old Mary Ann Clark in 1804 . In fine condition and retaining good original colour . Framed size 73cm x 58 cm. Fully conservation mounted and framed behind UV conservation glass .

Floral Woolwork panel worked by ten year old Mary Ann Clark in 1804 .
In fine condition and retaining good original colour . Framed size 73cm x 58 cm.
Fully conservation mounted and framed behind UV conservation glass .

Fine Edinburgh sampler worked by Ann Buchanan in 1839 . Ann has worked her typical Scottish house sampler in fine silk coloured thread on a fine linen ground . The sampler is in excellent original condition retaining good original colour. Framed size 50 cm x 50 cm . Fully conservation mounted and framed behind UV conservation glass .

Fine Edinburgh sampler worked by Ann Buchanan in 1839 . Ann has worked her typical Scottish house sampler in fine silk coloured thread on a fine linen ground .
The sampler is in excellent original condition retaining good original colour.
Framed size 50 cm x 50 cm .
Fully conservation mounted and framed behind UV conservation glass .

Large and impressive 17th century silkwork panel , worked in fine silk and metallic threads on a satin silk ground . This panel remains in outstanding condition and retains good colour . English circa 1660 . Framed size 74 cm x 64 cm . Fully conservation mounted and framed behind UV conservation glass .

Large and impressive 17th century silkwork panel , worked in fine silk and metallic threads on a satin silk ground . This panel remains in outstanding condition and retains good colour . English circa 1660 .
Framed size 74 cm x 64 cm .
Fully conservation mounted and framed behind UV conservation glass .

17th century sweet bag or purse worked entirely in Queen stitch in coloured silk and metallic thread . This rare survival dates from the last half of the 17th century and retains its original form and condition , with both fully worked sides retaining outstanding colour . English circa 1680. Size approximately 10cm x 8 cm .

17th century sweet bag or purse worked entirely in Queen stitch in coloured silk and metallic thread . This rare survival dates from the last half of the 17th century and retains its original form and condition , with both fully worked sides retaining outstanding colour .
English circa 1680.
Size approximately 10cm x 8 cm .

Fine English Furniture dating from the late 17th century to the early 19th century. Internationally known, important stock of early embroidered needle work and samplers.

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Oxfordshire
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