Skånsk textil 1700 - 1800 tal

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Antique swedish weaving with lions (flamskvävnad), Scania, 19th, 45 X 100 cm   Inscription at the back: Hr. I Olason, Perre gård, Skurup, 1929.

Antique swedish weaving with lions (flamskvävnad), Scania, 19th, 45 X 100 cm Inscription at the back: Hr. I Olason, Perre gård, Skurup, 1929.

Swedish antique pillow used for travels from the late 18th century

Swedish antique pillow used for travels from the late 18th century

Swedish "flamsk" weaving, 1800-30.  95 cm X 50 cm. Agedyna from SW Skåne in Sweden. Torna or Bara Härad. "The red lion".

Swedish "flamsk" weaving, 1800-30. 95 cm X 50 cm. Agedyna from SW Skåne in Sweden. Torna or Bara Härad. "The red lion".

Antique Swedish Flemish Weaving Tapestry Abstract Design Big and RARE | eBay

Antique Swedish Flemish Weaving Tapestry Abstract Design Big and RARE | eBay

CARRIAGE CUSHION, EMBROIDERED. "Papegojor". Scania, Sweden, 1776. 60,5 x 93 cm. A blue woolen ground with polychrome embroideries of parrots, wreaths and corner bouquets as well as B:M:D: ITS ANO 1776.

CARRIAGE CUSHION, EMBROIDERED. "Papegojor". Scania, Sweden, 1776. 60,5 x 93 cm. A blue woolen ground with polychrome embroideries of parrots, wreaths and corner bouquets as well as B:M:D: ITS ANO 1776.

Agedyna sold for 22000kr on Auctionsvärket

Agedyna sold for 22000kr on Auctionsvärket

Åkdyna, broderad med enhörningsmotiv och papegoja. Från Svedala, Skåne. Nordiska museets föremål inv.nr 9031.

Åkdyna, broderad med enhörningsmotiv och papegoja. Från Svedala, Skåne. Nordiska museets föremål inv.nr 9031.

The palmate pattern became most popular in southern Sweden, Skåne within woolen embroidery, double interlocked tapestry and “Flemish” tapestries in the period 1700 to 1850. Here depicted with a “rölakan” cushion from Villand district in Skåne, early 19th century (private ownership). Courtesy of The IK Foundation & Company (www.ikfoundation.org).

The palmate pattern became most popular in southern Sweden, Skåne within woolen embroidery, double interlocked tapestry and “Flemish” tapestries in the period 1700 to 1850. Here depicted with a “rölakan” cushion from Villand district in Skåne, early 19th century (private ownership). Courtesy of The IK Foundation & Company (www.ikfoundation.org).

Cushion from Southern Sweden (Skåne) double-interlocked tapestry - rölakan.

Cushion from Southern Sweden (Skåne) double-interlocked tapestry - rölakan.

agedyna - 1800 tal

agedyna - 1800 tal

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