London, South Kensington
29 April 2005
A table cloth and eight matching ivory damask napkins, woven with an acanthus leaf design, monogrammed NF for King Faroukh of Egypt, with embroidered inscription in the seam allowance Ruk'h Faroukh-the cloth 2324cm x 160cm, the napkins 55cm square
See Illustration of monogramme (9)
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This cloth and napkins were said to have been purchased from the sale of the effects of King Faroukh in the 1950s.
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