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Bobbin and needle lace; Italy; 1570-1625.
Needle lace with closer geometrical pattern; Italy or England?; 1575-1625.
Bobbin lace; Slav; 1700s
Lacis (darned lace on plaited net); Italy; 1500s.
cutwork with embroidery and needlepoint lace; Italy; 1600s.
Cut and drawn linen with needle lace; Italy; 1570-1630.
Needle and tape lace; Italy; 1600s.
Polychrome bobbin lace; Italy; 1700s.
Scalloped border of bobbin lace, Italy, 1600-1800
Drawn work with animal motifs; Spain; 1700s.
embroidered net; England; 1840-60.
Straight-sided carved oak rocking cradle with a hood; made in England, 1690-1710
Chest of drawers
French, c. 1805, by Jacob-Desmalter, for Marechal Ney for the Petit Salon of the Hotel de Saisseval, Paris
A bergere or armchair of mahogany, upholstered in brown rayon damask, with a loose cushion. The rails and uprights are mostly of rectangular section, the back legs slightly raked, the front legs carved at the base with lions' paws. The front legs rise to form the arms supports and are carved at the top with winged sphinx heads which are gessoed and gilded. The arms are of rectangular section, the sides panelled, the joint with the back of the chair carved as a lotus head in elevation, the front of the arms enlarging as a circular drum that sits above the sphinx's head. The frame of the back is rectangular, the rectangular-sectioned frame elements panelled in the manner of the arms, the middle (lower) section set with 9 equally set gilt-bronze paterae. The outer sides of the back of the arms are set with lotus head mounts in gilt-bronze and the top surface of the front of the arms with a moulded gilt-bronze paterae. The front of the legs and the bowed seat rail are set with gilt-bronze mounts of paterae and flower heads. The back and sides are upholstered, with long arm pads on the top of the arms. The seat is upholstered and set with a separate cushion. The damask of the back and the top of the cushion is woven with a wreath, with four paterae in the spandrels.