193 THREE ROSE-COLORED SILK TASSELS OF VARYING SIZES FRENCH, 17TH CENTURY Two of considerable size and with their original wrought iron hooks. In very good state of preservation. (3) From the Spitzer legacies. 194 COVER OF GREEN SILK BROCATELLE ITALIAN, 17TH CENTURY Of a rich changeant emerald hue; designed with bold acanthus volutes in a formai pattern. Size, 67 x 54 inches From the Spitzer legacies. 195 SET OF FOUR ARMORIAL TRAPPINGS FROM A STATE COACH GERMAN, IN PART 17TH CENTURY Composed of two shield-shaped banners and two arched panels, ail with princely arms richly embroidered in gold and silver bullion heightened with colors. The eyes of the beasts, of glass, have been reapplied to silk panels of crimson, blue and golden-yellow. (4) Size, about 34 x 30 inches and 18 x 171/2 inches From the Spitzer legacies. 196 LARGE FLOUNCE OF SILK AND GOLD EMBROIDERY OF THE LOUIS QUINZE PERIOD VENETIAN, 18TH CENTURY Flounce of a bed-cover, richly embroidered with flowers interlaced with trellised foliations of gold. Cream ground. Somewhat frag-mentary. Length, about 81/4 yards From the Spitzer legacies. 197 TWO SILK BROCADE BANDEAUX OF THE LOUIS QUINZE PERIOD FRENCH, MID-18TH CENTURY Woven with a bold tree pattern in green, yellow, brown and black on a finely diapered cream satin ground. (2) Length, 192 inches; width, 21 juches From the Spitzer legacies. 198 COURT WAISTCOAT OF SILVER AND SILK BROCADE OF THE LOUIS QUINZE PERIOD FRENCH, MID-18TH CENTURY Enriched with feather volutes in silver and tinsel and with purple and rose-colored flower branches on a rich, brilliant emerald-green ground woven with floral diapers. Contemporary buttons with silver and gold bullion enrichments. From the Spitzer legacies. 66