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Greek embroidery patterns

Greek embroidery patterns

Part of a dress border       18th century      Greek Islands, Crete      Silk on linen

Part of a dress border 18th century Greek Islands, Crete Silk on linen

ANTIQUE OTTOMAN SUZANI GREEK ISLANDS EPIRUS EMBROIDERY TAPESTRY, 21 by 14 inches.

ANTIQUE OTTOMAN SUZANI GREEK ISLANDS EPIRUS EMBROIDERY TAPESTRY, 21 by 14 inches.

Border       18th century      Greek, Ionian Islands or Epirus      Silk on cotton

Border 18th century Greek, Ionian Islands or Epirus Silk on cotton

Gallery.ru / Фото #44 - The Needle Arts of Greece - Dora2012

Gallery.ru / Фото #44 - The Needle Arts of Greece - Dora2012

Skyros ship embroidery Benaki Embroidery on the border of a bridal towel from Skyros island depicting a ship. Embroideries from Skyros, one of the most luxurious and more thoroughly studied categories of neo-Hellenic embroidery, are noted for their imaginative freedom of design, their joyous, naturalistic spirit, and endless chromatic variety. 18th-19th c.

Skyros ship embroidery Benaki Embroidery on the border of a bridal towel from Skyros island depicting a ship. Embroideries from Skyros, one of the most luxurious and more thoroughly studied categories of neo-Hellenic embroidery, are noted for their imaginative freedom of design, their joyous, naturalistic spirit, and endless chromatic variety. 18th-19th c.

Embroidered Greek bridal cushion, from the Benaki Museum, Athens

Embroidered Greek bridal cushion, from the Benaki Museum, Athens

Crete Embroidery, 18th CenturyA fragment from a Cretan skirt border with some motifs derived from Italian renaissance art and others from Byzantine art. Mostly embroidered in feather stitch.

Crete Embroidery, 18th CenturyA fragment from a Cretan skirt border with some motifs derived from Italian renaissance art and others from Byzantine art. Mostly embroidered in feather stitch.

Ottoman Era Embroideries from Greece in the Benaki Museum, Athens - Embroidery on a bridal sheet from Skyros, an island in the Sporades. Abundant floral decoration surrounds the central architectural subject: the depiction of an enviable residence with birds, mythical beasts, human figures, and the apotropaic-talismanic symbol of a double-headed eagle. 18th c. Gift of Mari Zarifi. (ΓΕ 8484)

Ottoman Era Embroideries from Greece in the Benaki Museum, Athens - Embroidery on a bridal sheet from Skyros, an island in the Sporades. Abundant floral decoration surrounds the central architectural subject: the depiction of an enviable residence with birds, mythical beasts, human figures, and the apotropaic-talismanic symbol of a double-headed eagle. 18th c. Gift of Mari Zarifi. (ΓΕ 8484)

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