Oxford,The Manor House at Clifton Hampden
25 - 26 September 2000
A Portuguese or Spanish pelmet of ivory silk
Late 17th century
Embroidered with large scale jonquils and other flowers, in pink and yellow stripes, the stems worked in raised work in ivory and silver
118in. (299.5cm.) wide, 28in. (71cm.) deep
The Earls of Rosebery, Mentmore, Buckinghamshire, sold Sotheby's House Sale, 18-27 May 1977, part of lot 1426.
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