the early 18th Century style cushion frame mounted with needlework panels of figures within borders of fruit, birds and other animals. The shaped cresting with a needlework panel depicting a courting couple. Almost certainly by The Cambridge Tapestry Company
Operating in the early part of the 20th Century, The Cambridge Tapestry Company became well known for producing the finest needlework and tapestries of the day. Much of the companies work was in the style of the 16th-18th centuries. During the 1930s Queen mary visited the workshops and sevearal pieces are now in The Royal Collection.