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G-TP008 Slipper in black with red and gold

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Hertz & Wegener

Slipper in black with red and gold

Hertz & Wegener 1814

Hertz & Wegener in Berlin

Multicolor charted pattern for a slipper front. Flower and leaf forms, arabesques and acanthus in bright, bold colors on black ground. Intended for Berlin woolwork, can also be used for needlepoint and cross-stitch. Handpainted original plus modern recharting and DMC color key.

Needlework pattern, circa 1870-1900, Germany, by Hertz and Wegener. Acquisition details unknown. Te Papa (GH014495) Scan donated by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, charted by Sytske Wijnsma.

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Fashion: Berlin 1814 slipper pattern

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