Price

£7850.00

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A Charles II beadwork picture on silk, circa 1660.

Worked with coloured glass and ceramic beads to depict an allegorical figure of the sense of smell: a fine lady with a flower, surrounded by various flora and fauna, heraldic beasts, namely leopard, unicorn, stag and lion to each of the four corners, within a good 19th century ripple-moulded ebonised frame, overall framed size 42cm high, 52.5cm wide.

Dimensions

Height 25cm, Width 35cm

Price

£7850.00



Stock number

4156
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