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A9962 Furnishing fabrics (2), moquette / cotton, wattle and waratah design, made in Australia, 1940s. Click to enlarge.

Furnishing fabrics made in Australia

Made
Furnishing fabrics (2), cut moquette, cotton, wattle and waratah design, unknown maker, Australia, 1940s (OS)
Fabric, furnishing, wool, 2 sections of cut moquette, wattle and waratah flower design, maker unknown, Australia, 1940's (OF).

Summary

Object No.

A9962

Object Statement

Furnishing fabrics (2), moquette / cotton, wattle and waratah design, made in Australia, 1940s

Physical Description

Furnishing fabrics (2), cut moquette, cotton, wattle and waratah design, unknown maker, Australia, 1940s (OS)
Fabric, furnishing, wool, 2 sections of cut moquette, wattle and waratah flower design, maker unknown, Australia, 1940's (OF).

Production

Source

Credit Line

Purchased 1984

Acquisition Date

8 March 1984

Cite this Object

Harvard

Furnishing fabrics made in Australia 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 June 2021, <https://ma.as/206469>

Wikipedia

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