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Leather (Netherlands), ca. 1750

This is a Leather. It is dated ca. 1750 and we acquired it in 1989. Its medium is embossed leather, painted, gilded. It is a part of the Wallcoverings department.

This object was featured in our Object of the Week series in a post titled Like Gloves for the Walls.

It is credited Museum purchase through gift in memory of Josephine C. Howell and through bequest of Edith M. Henderson and from Sarah Cooper-Hewitt Fund.

  • Leather, ca. 1700
  • leather, stamped, embossed, silvered, varnished.
  • Museum purchase through gift of Thomas Snell.
  • 1903-21-3
  • Leather, ca. 1700
  • leather, stamped, silvered, painted.
  • Museum purchase through gift of Thomas Snell.
  • 1903-21-1

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Its dimensions are

H x W: 76 x 63 cm (29 15/16 x 24 13/16in.)

Cite this object as

Leather (Netherlands), ca. 1750; embossed leather, painted, gilded; H x W: 76 x 63 cm (29 15/16 x 24 13/16in.); Museum purchase through gift in memory of Josephine C. Howell and through bequest of Edith M. Henderson and from Sarah Cooper-Hewitt Fund; 1989-34-1

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