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Towel/Napkin Border

1800s (made)
Place Of Origin

The silk embroidery is worked in variations and combinations of double running stitches and open cross and mushabak. The metal thread embroidery is worked in square eyelets, double running in a line, slanted satin stitch and open cross stitch.


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Physical Description
The silk embroidery is worked in variations and combinations of double running stitches and open cross and mushabak. The metal thread embroidery is worked in square eyelets, double running in a line, slanted satin stitch and open cross stitch.
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Collection
Accession Number
CIRC.8-1914

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record createdOctober 11, 2001
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