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Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Sight (smaller)

Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

One of the series of Lady and Unicorn tapestries from Cluny representing the senses. The sense of sight is indicated by the lady, who is seated, showing the unicorn resting on her lap his reflection in a ornate gilded hand mirror. She wears an elaborate brocade gown and a fancy headdress. On her other side, a lion holds a banner. The red millefleur background includes many kinds of flowers, with rabbits, dogs, a fox, and a small spotted wildcat. The trees are an oak and a holly. (This pattern is solidly stitched.)

We also offer Sense of Hearing, Sense of Taste, Sense of Smell, Sense of Touch, and A Mon Seul Desir. See UNK016 for a larger version (more stitches, more detail) of this pattern, or compare them side by side. (Late 1400s)
Counted cross stitch chart booklet (floss and fabric not included -- see what is included)
400 x 376 stitches  ■  137 colors (DMC floss)  ■  About 22" x 21" or 56 x 53 cm (on 18-count)


Scarlet Quince cross stitch chart: Lady with Unicorn: Sense of Sight (smaller)
Watermarks are not part of the pattern or stitched results

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