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Long Stole

A work made of cotton, plain weave foundation; embroidered with cotton thread in stem and satin stitches and french knots.
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  • A work made of cotton, plain weave foundation; embroidered with cotton thread in stem and satin stitches and french knots.

Date:

1795-1810

Artist:

French

About this artwork

In addition to fine cashmere wool shawls, other materials were used to create shawls and stoles inspired by the elegant Kashmir shawl. Here, ethereal Indian muslin is embroidered with roses that sway like their Kashmir buta (paisley) counterparts.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Textiles

Title

Long Stole

Origin

France

Date

Made 1795–1810

Medium

Cotton, plain weave foundation; embroidered with cotton thread in stem and satin stitches and French knots

Dimensions

295.9 × 94 cm (116 1/2 × 37 in.)

Credit Line

Belle M. Borland Endowment Fund

Reference Number

2019.793

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