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The Accolade - Edmund Blair-Leighton

Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

A medieval queen in a white gown embroidered with gold stands at the foot of her throne to knight a victorious warrior. He wears a red tunic bearing insignia of a black eagle and crescent over chain mail, and kneels on a leather cushion with his helmet set to the side. The thick walls of the fortress are disguised with purple hangings. At the door a small crowd observes the ceremony, including an old man holding the knight's standard, a page boy with his shield, and a monk. This is the sequel to God Speed, which we offer in a compatible size. See BLA001-B for a chart of this painting in which the background is not stitched, or BLA001-D for a portion of the full painting with background. (Pre-Raphaelite, 1901)
Counted cross stitch chart booklet (floss and fabric not included -- see what is included)
300 x 500 stitches  ■  121 colors (DMC floss)  ■  About 17" x 28" or 42 x 71 cm (on 18-count)


Scarlet Quince cross stitch chart: The Accolade - Edmund Blair-Leighton
Watermarks are not part of the pattern or stitched results

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