18th Century Needlewook Picture (1 of 4)
18th Century Needlewook Picture (2 of 4) 18th Century Needlewook Picture (3 of 4) 18th Century Needlewook Picture (4 of 4)

I have been dealing in antiques since 1964, starting in the street markets of London's East End. I then moved to the West Country with shops in Devon and Somerset and finally to a beautiful barn in Wiltshire. I regularly showed at Antique Fairs in London, Bath and Harrogate. I retired after illness in 2003 and moved to Spain. However the excitement of the trade and old friends in the business lured me back to the British Isles, and I decided to try a new venture on the internet which I have been doing with my website since 2010. www.raybestantiques.co.uk


This dealer is located in United Kingdom
This dealer is located in Somerset, United Kingdom

  View Dealers Items Dealer favs

18th Century Needlewook Picture

Ref: P 705 / LA163490

This item on LoveAntiques has been sold.

  Ask a Question  Call Dealer   Request Callback

Description

A very fine picture worked in coloured silks of a girl kneeling before the tomb of her parents, bearing a label with the details.

The idea for the subject possible taken from ; Charlotte at Werther's Tomb.

Original frame with label.


Measurements

Height : 20.5 cm

Width : 19.5 cm

Declaration

Ray Best Antiques has clarified that the 18th Century Needlewook Picture (P 705 / LA163490) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1770.

Condition

Overall good condition, retaining excellent colour.

Date of Manufacture :

Delivery

This will be boxed and sent by Royal Mail tracked and signed for and paid for by me. Overseas buyers please request cost of shipping.

Location

This item is located in Somerset, United Kingdom. This dealer is located in United Kingdom

Email dealer to ask a question

Please note,
This dealer does not accept instant online payment for this item.
To buy this item please email the dealer using the enquiry form below.

Please enter any additional details regarding this item: