Roundel textile fragment with interlace and lozenges

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    A large roundel is divided into three bands separated by a single line of interlace. The bands have a trellis design filled with lozenges, some of which are arranged as six-petalled rosettes.

    Very few stitches remain, but the design is clearly visible because of the former quilting.

    In: Barnes, Ruth and Marianne Ellis, ‘The Newberry Collection of Islamic Embroideries’, 4 vols, 2001, Oxford, Ashmolean Museum

Further reading

Barnes, Ruth and Marianne Ellis, ‘The Newberry Collection of Islamic Embroideries’, 4 vols, 2001, Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, vol. ii, vol. i

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