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  • Cap Crown, early 20th century

    Cap crown of black cotton embroidered in a brilliantly colored large-scale flower design. The embroidery is worked through and almost identical on the reverse. Ticket attached reads: “Mezzo Kevech embroidery,…

  • Cap Crown (Belgium), 18th century

    Cap crown of Point d’Alençon with a design of floral garlands framing a central spray and forming an oval. Pattern is interspersed at right and left by an elaborate ribbon.

  • Cap Crown (France), 1701–50

    Cap crown with a design of large conventionalized leaves, flowers and floral clusters surrounding a central heart-shaped motif.

  • Cap Crown (Belgium), 1700–1750

    Cap crown with a central design of a vase surrounded by elaborate stylized floral and foliated forms.

  • Cap Crown (Belgium), early 18th century

    Cap crown of Brussels bobbin lace with a design of a fountain surmounted by chinoiserie pavilion and flanked by floral and foliated sprays and rocaille decoration.

  • Cap Crown (Belgium), mid-18th century

    Cap crown with Mechlin ground has a central floral bouquet framed by elaborate symmetrical scrollwork, giving the appearance of a fan, and surrounded by foliated sprays. Made in one piece.

  • Cap Crown (Belgium), 1700–1750

    Cap crown with densely placed floral motifs emanating from a cartouche.

  • Cap Crown, 1700–1750

    Cap crown with a dense pattern of floral and foliated forms emanating from a heart-shaped base.

  • Cap Crown (Belgium), 18th century

    Cap crown with a central design of flowers in a vase, symmetrically framed by floral sprays and cartouches.

  • Cap Crown (Belgium), 1740–55

    Cap crown with a pattern of floral and foliated forms forming a frame for a central, stylized bouquet.

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