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Six Cocktail Napkins, Grandma's Patchwork

This is a Six cocktail napkins. Its medium is linen.

American folk art was particularly popular during the 1930s, and Mergentime was a collector and incorporated various motifs from patchwork quilts, painted chests, stenciled borders, and calligraphic lines into her textiles. This collection was designed exclusively for Lord & Taylor.

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