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Red embroidered rose motifs flared lehenga and multicoloured blouse set

Red embroidered rose motifs flared lehenga and multicoloured blouse set

A letter, carefully cut from wool felt, and appliquéd onto a pillow cover. Thinking dark letters on light back grounds.

A letter, carefully cut from wool felt, and appliquéd onto a pillow cover. Thinking dark letters on light back grounds.

Eugenia Kim 'Jess' Embroidered Pointy Toe Bootie Brand new without tags or box. A chunky heel with an ombre wooden veneer both elevates and grounds this sharply pointed leather bootie finished with intricately embroidered tonal flowers for a feminine finish. 3.5" heel. 3" shaft. Pull-on style. Cushioned footbed with arch support. Leather upper, lining and sole. Made in italy. Size 39. Runs small. Offers welcome through offer tab. No trades. 10511171501 Eugenia Kim Shoes Ankle Boots & Booties

Eugenia Kim 'Jess' Embroidered Pointy Toe Bootie

Eugenia Kim 'Jess' Embroidered Pointy Toe Bootie Brand new without tags or box. A chunky heel with an ombre wooden veneer both elevates and grounds this sharply pointed leather bootie finished with intricately embroidered tonal flowers for a feminine finish. 3.5" heel. 3" shaft. Pull-on style. Cushioned footbed with arch support. Leather upper, lining and sole. Made in italy. Size 39. Runs small. Offers welcome through offer tab. No trades. 10511171501 Eugenia Kim Shoes Ankle Boots & Booties

"Does this display Capabilities?" by Ann Rogers member of Embroiderers' Guild Leamington & District branch. Silk paper, machine and hand embroidery. Displayed as part of the "Landscapes of Capability Brown" exhibition at Charlecote Park 17 March - 30 October 2016 showing work based on the beautiful landscape and grounds. Exhibition held as part of the UK's Capability Brown Festival

"Does this display Capabilities?" by Ann Rogers member of Embroiderers' Guild Leamington & District branch. Silk paper, machine and hand embroidery. Displayed as part of the "Landscapes of Capability Brown" exhibition at Charlecote Park 17 March - 30 October 2016 showing work based on the beautiful landscape and grounds. Exhibition held as part of the UK's Capability Brown Festival

Performance Beanie - Blue. Performance Beanie - BlueManufacture ID: 1321554Penn Beanies are constructed of 100% polyester and are fleece lined to keep you warm on those cold rides to the fishing grounds. Features:- Made from 100% polyester- Fleece lined for added comfort and warmth- Embroidered Penn shield logo Specifications:- Gender: Unisex- Size: One Size Fits Most- Color: Blue

Performance Beanie - Blue. Performance Beanie - BlueManufacture ID: 1321554Penn Beanies are constructed of 100% polyester and are fleece lined to keep you warm on those cold rides to the fishing grounds. Features:- Made from 100% polyester- Fleece lined for added comfort and warmth- Embroidered Penn shield logo Specifications:- Gender: Unisex- Size: One Size Fits Most- Color: Blue

Three large Chinese embroidered wall hangings and a table frontal  19th/early 20th century  Richly woven on violet and yellow silk grounds with narrative scenes, depicting official gatherings. The largest: 70cm x 342cm (27.1/2in x 134.1/2in) (4).

Three large Chinese embroidered wall hangings and a table frontal 19th/early 20th century Richly woven on violet and yellow silk grounds with narrative scenes, depicting official gatherings. The largest: 70cm x 342cm (27.1/2in x 134.1/2in) (4).

VINCENT VAN GOGH (Dutch): Long Grass with Butterflies, 1890. National Gallery, London. Van Gogh was a patient at the asylum at St-Rémy, near Arles, from May 1889 to May 1890. During this time he was restricted to working in the asylum's grounds, and shortly after his arrival he described the 'abandoned gardens' in which 'the grass grows tall and unkempt, mixed with all kinds of weeds'. This view of these gardens was painted at the end of the painter's stay at the asylum.

VINCENT VAN GOGH (Dutch): Long Grass with Butterflies, 1890. National Gallery, London. Van Gogh was a patient at the asylum at St-Rémy, near Arles, from May 1889 to May 1890. During this time he was restricted to working in the asylum's grounds, and shortly after his arrival he described the 'abandoned gardens' in which 'the grass grows tall and unkempt, mixed with all kinds of weeds'. This view of these gardens was painted at the end of the painter's stay at the asylum.

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