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19th Century Framed Scottish Tapestry

Ref: FN127 / LA34956

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Description

This is a Charming 19th Century Framed Scottish Tapestry. The tapestry dates from approximately 1850 it is hand woven in wool and silk, it is in its original Maple Frame which has protected it very well.

The colours of the tapestry are bright and do not appear faded in any way, the scene is set in the Scottish country side with a young man and his sweetheart sitting beneath tree with their dog and holding a bird, they are dressed in blues and reds.

This is a genuinely old piece it has a charmingly naive appeal.


Measurements

Height : 990.6 mm - 39 in

Width : 863.6 mm - 34 in

Declaration

Elmgarden has clarified that the 19th Century Framed Scottish Tapestry (FN127 / LA34956) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 19th Century.

Condition

It is in very good condition.

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