Large Syringa

Designer: Edward William Godwin, 1833-1886

Manufacturer: Warner & Ramm


Silk damask edged with velvet and woven tape

330 x 170 cm (132 x 68 inches)

The companion piece to this curtain is in the Art Institute of Chicago (1987.333).

Syringa are lilacs (see Wikipedia)

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