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Evening cape made by Dora Grimley

Made
White angora wool evening cape hand knitted in stocking stitch with white silk chiffon lining. Plain round neck, square padded shoulders fastening with one hook and eye at centre front neck.

Summary

Object No.

86/23

Object Statement

Evening cape, angora wool / silk, made and owned by Dora Grimley, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1940-1945

Physical Description

White angora wool evening cape hand knitted in stocking stitch with white silk chiffon lining. Plain round neck, square padded shoulders fastening with one hook and eye at centre front neck.

Dimensions

Height

410 mm

Width

470 mm

Production

Notes

Made by the donor's aunt, Dora Grimley (1889-1981)

History

Notes

Owned by the donor's aunt, Dora Grimley (1889-1981)

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Gordon King, 1986

Acquisition Date

7 January 1986

Cite this Object

Harvard

Evening cape made by Dora Grimley 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 October 2021, <https://ma.as/61599>

Wikipedia

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