Length of Early 18th century Baroque Italian Silk and Linen Brocatelle
Early 18th century Baroque period Italian red silk brocatelle panel woven in silk on a linen ground originally supposed to be an imitation of Italian tooled leather where high relief effects are obtained through embossing techniques. True brocatelle is a double weave made of silk and linen warp and a silk and linen filling. A heavy weight embossed panel with raised and large centered design of crowns, pomegranates and floral motif. Brocatelle was once used as wall coverings and furnishing fabrics and still make highly decorative hangings, they also make very sturdy seat/chair covers. (Since silk is hard to photograph I’ve taken pictures on the backside to show the design better. Overall size: 107" x 24 1/2" or 272 cm x 61 cm
WIDTH: 24½ in | HEIGHT: 107 in
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CONDITION: Rub to the silk on raised areas in a few places and a spot of dirt along one edge, all consistent of age and wear of something over 300 years old.