One of two panels which would originally have been one piece, to hang above a wedding throne. Repeating motifs of upright flowers each springing from a mound at the base of the panel formed in couched gold purls with sequins stitched into the cream silk ground. Along the base a fringe of silver-coloured metal tassels, some terminating in white metal discs is sewn onto the turquoise fabric with which the edges of the panel are bound. A similar strip but without the tassels is stitched along the top.

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