Rectangular bedspread, with a gray-green background, with polychrome plant embroidery. It has a green lining and trimmings tape that borders it in shades: old gold, green, pink, garnet and beige. Decorative central motif, consisting of a large flower framed in a circle; From here some scrolls start that cover the entire surface, including colored flowers in pink, blue, purple, red, etc ... At the edges, a fretwork that repeats the same scrolls framed by two small borders with flowers.
Set of three pieces of ocher silk with intertwining motifs and vegetal scrolls, and of birds executed in enhancement embroidery that form various borders around a central emblem. The quilt [CE17101] has a grogain border around it. The quadrants [CE17102 and CE17103] are outlined by multi-colored silk cord in a rope fashion with tassels towards the corners.
Due to the general style of the design, it would surely be made in the Philippines in the mid-19th century, with strong Chinese influences that perfectly complements the embroidery series of this Center.(Report for the Board of Qualification, Valuation and Exportation of Historical Heritage Assets. Isabel de Ceballos-Escalera. 1985).
Bibliography MORRAL I ROMEU, Eulàlia; SEGURA I MAS, Antoni. Silk in Spain. Legend, power and reality. 1991. Barcelona: Lunwerg.