One glance at this machine embroidery design is enough to recognize the world-famous Gzhel painting, which is considered a jewel of Russian decorative art. Floral ornament BLUE GZHEL CORNER is designed with stunning detail. Looking at the design you can only wonder at how expressive blue and white palette may be.
Traditional Gzhel is a picture of the cobalt blue paint on a white porcelain or faience. The technique of drawing has evolved over the centuries, progressing from straightforward patterns to real masterpieces. Typically, the center of the composition is filled with lighter strokes that become brighter and darker as you get closer to the edge of the motif. Another feature of the painting is a large number of small elements. Such detailed performance, color tints and variable intensity of brushstrokes speaks to the high skill of the artist.
Machine Embroidery Design Blue Gzhel Corner
Size: 198.4×191.0 mm (7.81×7.52 “), Stitches: 40012
Formats: pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3, .jef, xxx
Machine embroidery design BLUE GZHEL CORNER will look nice on white table textiles. Especially in combination with porcelain dishes, painted in this technique. Gzhel ware is one of the best souvenirs from Russia that has long been known by foreigners. A hundred or two years ago many sets of dishes were sold abroad, and at home they also were a great success. The main buyer was the Imperial court and aristocracy. And the most popular order – a set for 100-150 persons, without which no celebration or gala dinner could be arranged. It included as giant soup tureens, as tiny dessert saucers. Surprisingly, there rarely were teapots, because during dinner parties tea was poured directly into cups.
On the Royal Present Embroidery website you can find machine embroidery designs that would make excellent companions for the motif BLUE GZHEL CORNER. With them you will be able to create textiles of amazing beauty, appropriate for every day and special occasions. If you complement the festive table with thus embroidered tablecloth, you and your guests will feel yourselves the real aristocrats of the nineteenth century.