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FOUR APPLIQUÉ LEATHER PURSES
FOUR APPLIQUÉ LEATHER PURSES

CENTRAL ASIA, 14TH CENTURY

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FOUR APPLIQUÉ LEATHER PURSES
CENTRAL ASIA, 14TH CENTURY
Three of elongated drop form made of very soft white kid, the surface of one with applied quatrefoil flowerheads in approximate staggered rows on each side, a band of applied needlework and brocade forming a collar around the mouth, two others very similar but with different motifs on the body, the fourth a very small purse with inverted applied hearts
Longest 8¾in. (22.2cm.) long (4)
Provenance
Asian private collection since 1980s.

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