ti Ik Tœrilletli-4vTeke-geo:U-4> PrilffirerrifflinE [NUMBER 220] 220 IMPORTANT THRONE HANGING OF SILK AND BULLION EMBROIDERY SINO-PORTUGUESE, 17TH CENTURY The centre with a pelican feeding its young in a bold cartouche of foliations, surrounded by a magnificent composition of volutes tied with ribands with birds perched upon their branches, and others in flight. The pattern of palmettes and peony flowers. Triple borders to harmonize. The work done in multi-colored silks and basket weave of gold on a dark blue satin ground. Contemporary silk f rame and tassels. Size, 123 x 88 inches From the Spitzer legacies. [SEE ILLUSTRATION] 77