interesting late c19th early c20th framed circular goldwire thread and silk embroidery probably of depicting the egyptian sun god re

Interesting late C19th/ early C20th framed circular gold-wire thread and silk embroidery probably of depicting the Egyptian sun god Re.



Item Ref

ML 1812


Interesting late C19th/early C20th framed circular gold-wire and silk embroidery probably depicting the Egyptian sun god Re.
Beautifully executed interpretation of the Egyptian deity or sun-god known as Re or Ra. The gold thread upon a silk background, depicts the suns rays and a central mask with cobras on either side .
Mounted behind glass within its contemporary mahogany circular frame .
In good original condition with only minor degradation/perishing to the silk .
H 21"
W 21"
D 1"
England c. 1900
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Internal Ref: ML 1812


Height = 52 cm (21")
Width = 62 cm (25")
Depth = 2 cm (1")

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