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PROPERTY FORMERLY OF THE HABSBURG IMPERIAL FAMILY

A JAPANESE SILK AND GOLD THREAD WALL HANGING MEIJI PERIOD, LATE 19TH CENTURY
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PROPERTY FORMERLY OF THE HABSBURG IMPERIAL FAMILY

A JAPANESE SILK AND GOLD THREAD WALL HANGING MEIJI PERIOD, LATE 19TH CENTURY
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A JAPANESE SILK AND GOLD THREAD WALL HANGING MEIJI PERIOD, LATE 19TH CENTURY
embroidered in silk and gold thread with four warriors
circa 260 x 125 cm, 102 x 49 in.
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Provenance

Count Don Enrico Lucchesi Palli, 11th Principe di Campofranco, 6th Duca della Grazia (1861-1924)

Catalogue Note

Count Enrico Lucchesi Palli together with his cousin Enrico Prince of  Bourbon Parma, Count of Bardi (1851-1905) travelled the world on Count Bardi’s yacht Adelgonda (named after Bardi’s second wife Adelgunde Braganza,Infanta of Portugal). They visited Japan between 1887 and 1889. This trip also resulted in Count Bardi’s Japanese collection in the Palazzo Ca’Pesaro in Venice.

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