Nobleman's belt or drawstring [agath or ezarband]  silk, sprang, 19th C Pakistan  National Gallery of Australia accession no. NGA 2009.187

Nobleman's belt or drawstring [agath or ezarband] silk, sprang, C Pakistan National Gallery of Australia accession no.

A weaving frame used as sprang loom. This frame comes with a shed stick, but it is a separate piece (not fastened to the frame), so that could just be left out. The work in progress is a traditional Finnish sprang ribbon in mirrored basic sprang; it is about 2-2.5 cm wide.

A weaving frame used as sprang loom. This frame comes with a shed stick, but it…

Stocking purse, sprang and metallic needlework  1700-1750  Origin: England or Europe  L: 19 3/4"; W: (at bottom): 6"  Silk sprang embroidered with silk and metallic threads on silk cores  Anonymous gift  Colonial Williamsburg Collection

Stocking purse, sprang and metallic needlework Origin: England or Europe L: 19 W: (at bottom): Silk sprang embroidered with silk and metallic threads on silk cores Anonymous gift Colonial Williamsburg Collection

Antique Georgian Drawstring Purse Goldwork English Circa 1770 A highly decadent little coin or counter purse (remember the Georgians loved to gamble)

Circa 1790 Purse Sprang Woven Long Purse Stocking Purse Century We are delighted to retail this original late century lady's purse.

One end of a piece of sprang with thirteen different patterns. Blue silk threaded through decorative holes divides the patterns.    This sampler is medium: silk technique: sprang. Its dimensions are: H x W: 53.3 x 10.2 cm (21 x 4 in.).    This sampler is from Sweden and dated "19th century".

One end of a piece of sprang with thirteen different patterns. Blue silk threaded through decorative holes divides the patterns.

sablé DIMENSIONS Overall: 16.8 x 3.5 x 1.3 cm (6 5/8 x 1 3/8 x 1/2 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Silk; Beadwork; sablé CLASSIFICATION Costumes AC...

One and ring sablé in floral design, balance of purse green and pink silk.

Purse  Date: early 19th century Culture: French Medium: Silk and cut steel

Ch Darcy was damned if he was going to spend Christmas in an inn in Chesterfield. He pulled a small purse from his pocket which he kept for just such emergencies. This pic - Purse Date: early century Culture: French Medium: Silk and cut steel

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