Mirror, third quarter of 17th century English Satin worked with silk, chenille, purl, shells, wood, beads, mica, bird feathers, coral; detached buttonhole variations, long-and-short, satin, couching stitches, and knots
detail A needlework mirror. English, circa 1670. Photo: Bonhams. The bevelled plate set in an ivory satin surround embroidered in coloured silks with much raised work, purle work, and enhanced with seed pearls and paste, with King Charles II holding a sceptre and an orb and Queen Catharine of Braganza holding a sceptre
Mid to late1600s Culture: British Medium: Silk stumpwork embroidery ... 17th century mirrors - Bing Images
Antique ribbon work
Embroidered Cabinet from the 17th century. From the Metropolitan Museum of Art website.
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Embroidered casket with the scenes from the Old Testament story of Queen Esther, made in England, 1662