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Lot 22

Fragments of a Chinese silk brocade and a Ikat panel  18th - 19th century Comprising: a blue...

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Lot 22

Fragments of a Chinese silk brocade and a Ikat panel 
18th - 19th century
Comprising: a blue...

Price Realised: £520

Estimate: £400 - £600

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Lot 22


Fragments of a Chinese silk brocade and a Ikat panel 

18th - 19th century

Comprising: a blue ground brocade with ruyi and floral design, 83.5 x 22.5cm, the Ikat panel woven with floral and geometric design, 147.5 x 14cm. (2)

Provenance: Acquired by captain André Le Gac (1895-1960) in China in the 1920s, thence by descent.

十八 - 十九世紀 織錦及扎染殘片

來源:André Le Gac (1895-1960)上校於1920年代購於中國,後傳承至現藏家。

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