8 November 2007
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN (LOTS 18-19)
A FLEMISH LARGE LEAF VERDURE TAPESTRY
Woven in wools depicting a deer and a bird perched above it, within large scrolling foliage, with sprigs of flowers interspersed overall, the strapwork border decorated with foliage and ribbon swag, with further narrow inner and outer scrolling ribbon and stylised leaf motif border, the borders cut and joined, areas of restoration and reweaving
8 ft. 9 in. (268 cm.) high; 5 ft. 10 in. (179 cm.) wide;
Sotheby's, London, 29 June 2005, lot 201.
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