Afghan Embroidery. "Two squares of stylized floral motifs and mirrors and two squares of ribbed geometric designs and two mirrors bisected by loose braid of black thread held in place by red thread, similar black braid around edge. Border of floral motifs and mirrors. Small round loose tufts of pink in center of squares and spaced around edges. Baluch design."
A Pair of Indian Doors Profusely Inlaid with Mother-of-Pearl -Each door framed within a carved ribbed border overlaid with ogival cartouches and divided into three panels: the top and bottom sections with a man flanked by two cows, holding an enormous bunch of flowers with perching peacocks; the central panels inlaid with a lattice pattern of stylised serrated leaves and flowerheads
‘Letters from the Workhouse’ (1901) by Lorina Bulwer, a 63 year old inmate of the female lunatic ward of Great Yarmouth Workhouse. She was an educated middle-class Englishwoman (b.1838). Embroidery, 12 ft long. also check out the art room plant. via The Breckland View