London, South Kensington
11 November 2003
A fine tablecloth, of white linen damask, woven with stags and pheasants in a wooded landscape--248 x 88in. (632 x 224cm.), late 19th century; and a collection of various linen and lace(a lot)
The tablecloth is believed to have belonged to the Von Bodman family of Austria/Switzerland.
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