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A needlework panel, worked in coloured silks and metal threads to an ivory satin ground, the central oval depicting two ladies, beneath a sunray, one crowned with ears of corn, possibly Ceres as the personification of Summer, reserved against a floral motif ground featuring birds, a recumbent lion and leopard, --12 x 16in. (31 x 41cm.), English, late 17th century, mounted, glazed and framed
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A needlework panel, worked in coloured silks and metal threads to an ivory satin ground, the central oval depicting two ladies, beneath a sunray, one crowned with ears of corn, possibly Ceres as the personification of Summer, reserved against a floral motif ground featuring birds, a recumbent lion and leopard, --12 x 16in. (31 x 41cm.), English, late 17th century, mounted, glazed and framed

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A needlework panel, worked in coloured silks and metal threads to an ivory satin ground, the central oval depicting two ladies, beneath a sunray, one crowned with ears of corn, possibly Ceres as the personification of Summer, reserved against a floral motif ground featuring birds, a recumbent lion and leopard, --12 x 16in. (31 x 41cm.), English, late 17th century, mounted, glazed and framed
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