Needlework (Depicting the Five Senses)

A work made of silk, satin weave; embroidered in silk floss foremost in buttonhole, couched, knot, padded and outlining, "purl" and satin stitches; chenille; areas of raised work.
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  • A work made of silk, satin weave; embroidered in silk floss foremost in buttonhole, couched, knot, padded and outlining, "purl" and satin stitches; chenille; areas of raised work.

Date:

1601/25

Artist:

England

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Title

Needlework (Depicting the Five Senses)

Origin

England

Date

1601–1625

Medium

Silk, satin weave; embroidered in silk floss foremost in buttonhole, couched, knot, padded and outlining, "purl" and satin stitches; chenille; areas of raised work

Dimensions

45 × 56 cm (17 3/4 × 22 in.)

Credit Line

Restricted gift of Mrs. Potter Palmer II through the Needlework and Textile Guild

Reference Number

1927.539

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