A Queen Anne panel of crewelwork, circa 1710

A Queen Anne panel of crewelwork, circa 1710


Of exceptional fine colour, worked in coloured wools on a fine cotton ground, designed with meandering fronds bearing foliage, flowers and buds including carnations, rosebuds, peonies and anemones, framed.

Provenance: Label verso states 'Laleham Abbey' (Laleham Park/House), Surrey, built for 2nd Earl of Lucan, and discovered by a Mona Coumbe 'under the cover of an old chair' in 1972. This may account for the remarkable fresh condition of the panel, which consists of narrow joined sections of what were originally borders, probably from a set of bed hangings.

On view in the showroom at Tudor House, Sheep Street, Stow on the Wold, GL54 1AA

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Height 56 cm / 22 "
Width 42 cm / 16 "