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Sampler (Mexico), 18th or 19th century

This is a Sampler. It was embroidered by Marya Juapuyna Lacunza. It is dated 18th or 19th century and we acquired it in 1970. Its medium is linen, silk and its technique is embroidery (for pattern only). It is a part of the Textiles department.

This object was bequest of Emily Coe Stowell. It is credited Bequest of Emily Coe Stowell from the Coe Collection.

It is signed

Signed: "LOYZO MARYA JUAPUYNA LACUNZA." (Made by Maria Juapuyna Lacunza)

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Sampler (Mexico), 18th or 19th century; Embroidered by Marya Juapuyna Lacunza ; linen, silk; Bequest of Emily Coe Stowell from the Coe Collection; 1970-28-14

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