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Art Deco Parrots Plushwork Panel (tx908)

This is an exceptional find; a handworked 1930s wool plushwork panel set into a firescreen surround of the same era and art deco design. The plushwork depicts two parrots in a floral and leafy setting, sitting on branches. The highly skilled art of plushwork affords the scene a beautiful 3-dimensional effect and the pretty colours of the parrots and backdrop are superb. The birds have been artistically sewn to give variation to the contours of different parts of their bodies, so the effect is truly amazing. This has been worked onto a black velvet panel, ensuring the colours and design stand out against it. The detail is incredible, the parrots even have coloured glass eyes. The panel is set within a framework which was probably intended as a firescreen, and the design of this echoes the 1930s. It may be possible to remove the panel from the screen to reduce overseas postage costs.

This wonderful embroidery will add fantastic colour and style to any home and is most definitely a heirloom piece. The screen is approximately 23" high by 18.5" wide. There has been some overall softening to the colours over the decades, but this is consistent and the colours remain very pretty. Some age-related wear to the wooden screen.

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Price: £ 129.00
UK P&P: 13.00
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UK Pounds £ 129.00
Euros € 144.48
United States $ $ 163.83
Japanese Yen ¥ 18,506
Australian $ $ 228.33
Canadian $ $ 219.30
Hong Kong $ $ 1,283.55
Art Deco Parrots Plushwork Panel
(Product Code: tx908)
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