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Charles 11 Needlework Casket sold in the US for $85,000 by Leslie Hindman Auctions

A Charles II Stumpwork and Needlework Casket, century, having figural decoration throughout, the rectangular hinged lid opening to a fitted interior, raised on ball feet and set in a display case. Height 10 x width 13 x depth 9 inches.

Casket      Place of origin:      England, Great Britain (made)     Date:      ca. 1660s (made)     Artist/Maker:      unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Embroidery on silk panels, mounted onto a wooden base     Credit Line:      Accepted in lieu of inheritance tax from the estate of Mrs Lavender Loxley by HM Government and allocated to the Victoria and Albert Museum     Museum number:      T.114:1-1999     Gallery location:      In Storage

Embroidered casket

Casket Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Embroidery on silk panels, mounted onto a wooden base

Needlework casket ~ covered w/ fine needlepoint and completely lockable, this box has many compartments, some secret or hidden

Needlework Casket -- Late Century -- Silk needlework -- English -- Belonging to the British Royal Collection.

CHARLES II NEEDLEWORK CASKET, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY Depicting a lady and a courtier with hunt and pastoral scenes, worked in satin, outline and other stitches. Height 15 1/2 in. by Width 11 1/2 in. by Depth 9 in.

CHARLES II NEEDLEWORK CASKET, SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY Depicting a lady and a courtier with hunt and pastoral scenes, worked in satin, outline and other stitches. Height 15 1/2 in. by Width 11 1/2 in. by Depth 9 in.

The Gape Casket: A fine mid-17th century needlework casket of rectangular form, executed in a variety of stitches and techniques

The Gape Casket: A fine century needlework casket of rectangular form, executed in a variety of stitches and techniques

Hannah Smith's Casket ..... http://emu.man.ac.uk/emuwebwag/objects/common/webmedia.php?irn=1095&reftable=ecatalogue&refirn=18930

Hannah Smith's Casket created between 1654 - 1656

17th Century Stumpwork Embroidery Needlework Casket 17th Century Nevers Glass Panel Interior RARE

RESERVED Century Stumpwork Embroidery Needlework Casket from trinityantiques on Ruby Lane

An embroidered casket, the fronts worked with angels taking tea, and with the Sacrifice of Isaac, and many three dimensional fruits and flowers, signed Leonora Jenner, 1940--13in x 12in x 9in, 20th century in 17th century style

~ An embroidered casket, the fronts worked with angels taking tea, and with the Sacrifice of Isaac, and many three dimensional fruits and flowers

Box (Casket)  Elizabeth Nickholls, English  Geography: Made in England, Europe Date: 1686 Medium: Wood; silk satin with silk embroidery in satin, laid, and couched stitches; silver gilt trim  Accession Number: 1984-124-1

Box (Casket) Elizabeth Nickholls, English Geography: Made in England, Europe Date: 1686 Medium: Wood; silk satin with silk embroidery in satin, laid, and couched stitches;

The Gape Casket: A fine mid-17th century needlework casket of rectangular form, executed in a variety of stitches and techniques

The Gape Casket: A fine century needlework casket of rectangular form, executed in a variety of stitches and techniques

An English Stumpwork Panel, 17th century, depicting a bust of King Charles II English stumpwork - Bing Images

An English Stumpwork Panel, century, depicting a bust of King Charles II English stumpwork - Bing Images

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