Unfinished and unused, this stunning Victorian era beadwork and needlepoint panel is perfect to be worked into the top of one of those opulent down-filled and lushly fringed throw or decorator pillows. You know the ones we all drool over in the old decorator magazines like Southern Accents, Veranda, Architectural Digest, etc., that just elevate and personalize any room. I've collected these over decades, sure I'd find the time to make them up and we'd sell the finished pillows. I'm overwhelmed by how many I've kept (best of best), and it's time for me to downsize myself and let you do the decorating. We can help you put several together that will be superb compliments, once made up. Just ask.
Fine Victorian glass beads in rich colors, florals and garland surrounded by open linen canvas where you'll probably wish to fill in with your own wool needlepoint stitches. The panel was made, but never used. A pelmet was a decorative piece made to attach to the front of a shelf and drape down around its edge. These make such beautiful pillow tops, worked with a velvet or a moire silk fabric and either old French passementerie or more modern fringes. Measurements are noted on the photos. The old linen canvas is supple, will hold up very nicely for whatever project you take on.
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