Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century.

Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century. Baroque fashion.

Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century.

Flemish damascene, Embroidery Designs, 17th Century.

A variety of tapestry, drapery, and damascened designs that date back to the 17th century baroque era.

  1. Leather design from the Cheverny château.
  2. Wooden panel inset with tin, from Touaine.
    3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Flemish damascene.
Note:  The "Pembroke" tapestry. Tapestry weaving in England. Tudor 16th c.

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