112 x 33 cm // 3ft 8" x 1ft 1"
The fragment is on a linen ground with densely packed silk embroidery covering practically the entire surface, which is something uncommon in Greek or Greek Island embroideries. The silk is loosely plyed / spun.
It appears to be part of a border, which might have been a surround to a plain centre bed sheet as in a somewhat similar complete item in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum London, acquired 1928. // T.24-1928
Another full bedspread example was recently exhibited at the Aegean Legacies exhibition Ashmolean Museum, Oxord (catalogue page 74) // EA1989.211
The edging is not original and neither is the green silk backing - photos taken prior to cleaning
• probably Epirus 18th C