Tapestry Embroidered Shwe Chi Doe Late 19th century

19th century
Asian Arts
From: 41500, La Chapelle Saint Martin en Plaine, France

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    Embroidered Shwe Chi Doe tapestry Representing the king and his wife. It is made up of different types of fabrics (wool, cotton, velvet, felt) sewn with golden threads, decorated with brass washers, translucent glass beads and chain stitch embroidery. These tapestries adorned the walls of the houses of high-ranking people or various small palaces. The embroidered tapestries (Shwe Chi Doe) were called kalaga (curtain) by the English. This tapestry is presented in a very beautiful frame, in very good condition. Burma (Myanmar)
    End of the 19th century
    long frame 80 x high 80 cm

    Ref: 1NNRQ6F6WC

    Condition Good
    Style Asian Arts (Tapestry of Asian Arts Style)
    Period 19th century (Tapestry 19th century)
    Country of origin Myanmar
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 41500, La Chapelle Saint Martin en Plaine, France
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