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Large Syringa

A work made of silk, satin weave, self-patterned by reversing of faces; edged with cotton and silk, plain weave with supplementary pile warps forming cut solid velvet; and silk and cotton, braid of plain weave with extended weft loops.
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  • A work made of silk, satin weave, self-patterned by reversing of faces; edged with cotton and silk, plain weave with supplementary pile warps forming cut solid velvet; and silk and cotton, braid of plain weave with extended weft loops.

Date:

c. 1874

Artist:

Designed by Edward William Godwin (English, 1833–1886)
Produced by Warner & Sons Ltd.
England, London

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Textiles

Artist

Edward William Godwin (Designer)

Title

Large Syringa

Origin

London

Date

Made 1864–1884

Medium

Silk, satin weave, self-patterned by reversing of faces; edged with cotton and silk, plain weave with supplementary pile warps forming cut solid velvet; and silk and cotton, braid of plain weave with extended weft loops

Dimensions

334.3 × 182.7 cm (131 1/2 × 72 in.)

Credit Line

Grace R. Smith Textile Endowment

Reference Number

1987.333

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