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Well executed hand embroidered picture of a typical English Country Cottage and Garden. Embroidered on linen. Many types of stitches and silk colours have been skilfully embroidered to form this idyllic view. Believed to date to the 1930's Housed under glass within a painted wood frame with a wooden backing.

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Monique's Bag

Embroidered bag

Vintage Embroidery - Cottage Garden Manor Scene - 1930 / 50's (121129-130-6 / 12-11894-EY/RC) - For Sale £75.00 with Rhodons Collectables

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Linen & Lace Tablecloth, Embroidered Poppies & Birds, 1950 1960s

Pretty linen & lace Tablecloth with hand embroidered poppies, flowers & birds to the corners. Square shaped with crochet lace edging. Believed to date circa 1950/60's

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Vintage Hand Embroidered Tablecloth - Mauve Stylised Flowers - 1950's

Vintage Hand Embroidered Tablecloth Stylised Flowers by Rhodons

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Antique Berlin Wool Work Embroidery Tapestry In Carved Wood Frame

Antique Berlin Woolwork Embroidery / Tapestry. Beautiful and well executed piece of Berlin Wool Work set within a solid carved wood frame which was once used as a Fire Screen. However, the frame no longer has the pole stand but could now be displayed and admired as a picture on a wall.The embroidery covers a large area on a small squared canvas - the surrounding areas of the picture have been left unworked. The picture has been ...

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Art Deco Embroidery and Applique Nursery Rhyme Sampler

Very nice old Sampler depicting 'Little Miss Muffet' from the well known Nursery Rhyme. A well executed piece worked in embroidery stitching and applique. The work has an Art Deco appearance and is believed to date circa 1920 /30's There is an inscription to the back of the frame reading 'Janette Whyte 111C age 14 years' - indicating that it may have been a school project

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Jacobean Crewelwork Embroidery Panel Exotic Birds & Flora

Crewelwork embroidered panel. Jacobean pattern depicting two exotic birds and flora. This item was originally held within a firescreen hence the pin holes at the edges. The background colour seen in the photos is not true - the colour being a light beige rather than white.