Embroidered chest panel with square cross-stitched patterns in shades of pink, purple, red and peach on a denim blue background. The borders of the chest panel are worked in stylised tree-shaped designs. This type of cross-stitched panel would have been bought on its own in the market and then sewn as part of a chest panel of a dress or shirt.
- Made in: Palestine
- (Asia,Middle East,Levant,Palestine)
- Found/Acquired: Jerusalem, Purchased in the suq in East Jerusalem in 1967.
- Height: 37.3 centimetres
- Width: 36 centimetres
Brought in for opinion as a potential acquisition in 2009 and deposited 31/10/09 (Deposit no: 770).
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Object reference number: RRM41609
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