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H6964 Apron, womens, embroidered, net, maker unknown, possibly England, 1840-1860. Click to enlarge.

Embroidered net apron

Made
Apron, woman's, embroidered net, [England], 1840-1860.(OF). Embroidered net apron, c. 1850.(SB).

Summary

Object No.

H6964

Object Statement

Apron, womens, embroidered, net, maker unknown, possibly England, 1840-1860

Physical Description

Apron, woman's, embroidered net, [England], 1840-1860.(OF). Embroidered net apron, c. 1850.(SB).

Dimensions

Depth

740 mm

Production

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Florence Sulman, 1962

Acquisition Date

21 February 1962

Cite this Object

Harvard

Embroidered net apron 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 September 2020, <https://ma.as/247073>

Wikipedia

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