Green fringed table cover and separate table cover lining. Silk woven damask Gold cotton fringe a) green cotton open weave b) green ridged cotton Pieced together; hand sewn, edged on four sides; supported by lining a). Lining b) completely detached. Woven; jacquard loom; blue/green and yellow green warp; green weft of heavier count; jasped, warp faced satin ground; unbalanced plain weave motifs; 'damask' loom width 540 mm (21 1/4 in) Straight repeat drop 520 mm x loom width. 2 flower motifs on a cusped patterned ground. Gold cotton fringe 50 mm. (originally green) a) green cotton open leno 2/2 weave. b) green cotton unbalance plain weave 'ridge'. English manufacture circa 1850.
Shown in a photograph of a table in the Sultana Room in July 1932. Attingham collection; bequeathed to the National Trust with the estate, house and contents of Attingham by Thomas Henry Noel-Hill, 8th Baron Berwick (1877-1947) on 15th May 1953.