Needlework, Framed, 16th or 17th Century
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To a loomed needlework, made from silk and wool in France in the 16th or early 17th century, known as Point of St. Syr. The subject is the banishment of Hagar. This is a fragment of a larger tapestry or bed valence and has silk losses consistent with its age.
Height: 13.5", Length: 0", Width: 12.75"
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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