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Classifications: Textiles and Clothing

Classifications: Textiles and Clothing
Embroidered Panel: St. Michael
Italian (Venice)
16th century
56.71
Set of Limerick needlerun lace
Irish
19th century
33.257.1
Set of Limerick needlerun lace
Irish
19th century
33.257.2
Set of Limerick needlerun lace
Irish
19th century
33.257.3
Set of Limerick needlerun lace
Irish
19th century
33.257.4
Esther before Ahaseurus
Maitre de Philippe, Flemish
ca. 1515
64.56
Verdure Landscape
French
early 18th century
39.71
Shawl
Scottish
1823-53
75.20
Shawl
Scottish
19th century
48.190
Panel fragment
French
1730
70.72
Shawl
Scottish
ca.1840
56.183
Shawl
Scottish
19th century
56.184
Battenburg jabot
European
19th-20th century
33.255
Shawl
Scottish
after 1850
33.315
Shawl
English
ca. 1850
33.316
Shawl
Scottish
3rd quarter 19th century
33.308
Shawl
Scottish
mid 19th century
33.310
Shawl
Scottish
mid 19th century
33.311
Limerick cuff
Irish
early 19th century, ca. 1820
33.256.2
The Voyage of a Prince
Judocus de Vos
commissioned in 1717
2002.38.2
A Prince Enthroned
Judocus de Vos
commissioned in 1717
2002.38.3
Sampler
Ann Stormbach, Mary Reed School
1824
2014.24.45
Audience of a Prince
Judocus de Vos
commissioned in 1717
2002.38.4
Tapestry:  Alexander the Great
French
19th-early 20th century
46.64
Limerick flounce
Irish
early 19th century, ca. 1820
33.256.1
Altar of the Three Buddhas
Judocus de Vos
commissioned in 1717
2002.38.1
Tapestry of America
Jacob van der Borcht
late 17th century
62.199.1
Tapestry of Asia
Jacob van der Borcht
late 17th century
62.199.2
Tapestry of Africa
Jacob van der Borcht
late 17th century
62.199.3
Needlework Picture - Wethersfield, CT
Elizabeth Cooke Crittendon
July 24, 1818
2014.24.2
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