Place of origin: England (made)
Date: 1673 (made)
Artist/Maker: Edlin, Martha, born 1660 – died 1725 (maker)
Materials and Techniques: Wood, covered with embroidered silk satin with coloured silks, metal purl and glass beads, padded, lined with silk and paper, parchment, silver braid
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A cockatrice within a wreath, flowers, and the inscription “Martha Edlin” Dated 1673. Satin embrodered with silk, glass beads and stiffened ribbon; tent and roccoco stitches and couch work. Detail: 12″x14″ (30.5×35.5 cm), Detail of the lid of a embroidered jewel case.”
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