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Machine-made Openwork Samples (USA), ca. 1910

This is a Machine-made openwork samples. It is dated ca. 1910 and we acquired it in 1971. Its medium is cardboard, linen, silk, metallic and its technique is linen embroidery with ground cloth dissolved. It is a part of the Textiles department.

This object was donated by George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. It is credited Gift of The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum.

Its dimensions are

(Cards) 22" x 14" or 14" x 11"

It is inscribed

Hand written on most of the cards, "Presented by Forbes and Wallce."

Cite this object as

Machine-made Openwork Samples (USA), ca. 1910; cardboard, linen, silk, metallic; (Cards) 22" x 14" or 14" x 11"; Gift of The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum; 1971-26-2-22

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