Category Archives: Embroidery

Bukovina. Embroidery and Carpets.

Embroidery, Carpets, design, Hungary, Charles HolmeBukovina. Embroidery and Carpets, 19th c.

from the collection of Prof. Erich Kolbenhyer.

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Gallic fabrics and embroideries. Merovingian fashion.

gaul, ancient, Gallic fabrics, merovingian,embroideries, fashion, history, Paul-Louis de Giafferri

Fabrics and embroideries. The comfortable costumes of the Gauls.

Gallic fabrics and embroideries.

Gaul Plate 8.
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Romanian embroidery patterns 19th century

Romanian embroidery, pattern, designs, traditional

Romanian embroidery pattern designs

Romanian embroidery patterns

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Dessins de broderie. France 1818.

Embroidery designs. Empire, Regency. Dessins de broderie.

Tulle dress, trimmed with satin and Chenille.

Dessins de broderie

Embroidery designs. France 1818.

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Brittany traditional embroidery patterns.

Brittany traditional, embroidery pattern, Breton, folk dress

Traditional embroidery pattern of Brittany 19th century

Brittany traditional embroidery patterns.

Traditional embroidery patterns and common accessories of the Breton inhabitants of Brittany, France, throughout the 19th century. Continue reading

Embroidery from the Caucasus, Greece, Indian Melicete tribe. 19th century.

Embroidery, Caucasus, Greece, American Natives. Indian Melicete tribe

Embroidery from the Caucasus, Greece, American Natives.

Embroidery from the Caucasus, Greece.

  1. Circassian embroidered Saddle-Cloth. 2. Embroidered dress, Greece. Hand-work of the North-American Indian Melicete tribe. Continue reading

Embroidered Table center by Ann Macbeth. The Glasgow Girls.

Ann Macbeth. The Glasgow Girls. Glasgow School of Art. modernist art. Needlework.

Embroidered Table center by Ann Macbeth.

Embroidered Table center by Ann Macbeth. Art nouveau c. 1901.

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Embroidered Fan. Designed by Lilian Archer 1914.

Art Deco design. Embroidered Fan. Lilian Archer

Embroidered Fan. Designed by Lilian Archer 1914.

Embroidered Fan. Designed by Lilian Archer 1914.

Executed by Alice Archer. Owned by Mrs. Drinkwater. Art deco, Art Nouveau era.