prior to 1971
Silk: lampas weave
Overall: 74.2 x 85.7 cm (29 3/16 x 33 3/4 in.)
Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1971.25
Only one roundel is complete, but 9 other partial roundels are also preserved on this fragment.
This fragment preserves tangent and aligned roundels arranged in 3 rows. Each roundel depicts a king with an impaled lion at end of a spear; the image is reversed in alternate columns. The roundels have a pearled border. Interspaces are ornamented with a motif composed of four palmettes in an X formation.
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