19th-Century English needlework Georgian tapestry work featuring a church with stepped spire, with a lake in the foreground and perhaps a Castle on a hill in the distance (left).The entire piece is worked in long rows of stitching, may be called Berlinwork? The stitching is even and with no damage or missing stitches.
The frame’s rich, dark color and striking wood grain adds a pleasing decorative effect. The reverse is a modern plywood panel that was put there probadly post war era.
Please see all photos as they are my true description- easy to send as no glass.
Size:o/a outside frame 60cm x 47 cm-Tapestry on view is approx 46cm x 35o/a