Berlin Woolwork - Animals

This 19th-century needlepoint fashion may have been the first international embroidery style. Publishers of Berlin patterns were found in the U.S., England, France, Germany, Austria, Russia, and Italy. French patterns appeared in at least one Spanish magazine.
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Cross Stitch Alphabet, Crosses, Needlepoint, Tapestry, Manual, Needlework, Miniatures, Crafts, Punto Croce

A Rare Berlin WoolWork Parrot Pattern Produced In France ~ Les Journal Des Dames Et Des Demoiselles ~ MoMu

A Rare Berlin WoolWork Parrot Pattern Produced In France ~ Les Journal Des Dames Et Des Demoiselles ~ MoMu

Beautiful Small Berlin WoolWork Motifs Produced By H.F.Müller ~ eBay.de

Beautiful Small Berlin WoolWork Motifs Produced By H.F.Müller ~ eBay.de

Beautiful Small Berlin WoolWork Motifs Produced By H.F.Müller ~ eBay.de

Beautiful Small Berlin WoolWork Motifs Produced By H.F.Müller ~ eBay.de

Vintage Cross Stitches, Cross Stitch Animals, Exotic Animals, Needlepoint, Berlin, Dragons, Victorian, Crossstitch, Dots

I am going to try to see if this is an extant or extinct bird.

Pattern For Berlin Wool Work Of A Hawk Headed Parrot Stock Photo, Picture And Royalty Free Image.

I have a reproduction of this I purchased at the Victoria and Albert Museum.  In it, the bird looks positively hostile!

I have a reproduction of this I purchased at the Victoria and Albert Museum. In it, the bird looks positively hostile!

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