A late 17th century needlework handheld mirror
Of oval form, one side depicting James II with a crown, orb and sceptre, surrounded by a border inscribed 'Dieu et Mon Droit, Jacobus Secundus', worked in satin stitch, detached buttonhole stitch, couched threads, purled wire and spangles on satin, the reverse enclosing a mirror, within a glass case,
8 x 9.5cm (case 10.5 x 12 x 5cm).
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