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87/921 Clothes pegs (5), wood / wire, maker unknown, Australia, 1920-1960. Click to enlarge.

Clothes pegs (5), wood / wire, maker unknown, Australia, 1920-1960

Made in Australia, Oceania, 1920-1960.

Clothes pegs, (5), wood/wire, machine made, Australia, 1920-1960 Five wooden clothes pegs. Three of the pegs are made up of two pieces of wood with a metal spring joining the two halves. The other two pegs are dolly pegs that are cylindrical in shape with a split up the centre and a metal ring reinforcing the peg at the top of the split.

Summary

Object No.

87/921

Object Statement

Clothes pegs (5), wood / wire, maker unknown, Australia, 1920-1960

Physical Description

Clothes pegs, (5), wood/wire, machine made, Australia, 1920-1960

Five wooden clothes pegs. Three of the pegs are made up of two pieces of wood with a metal spring joining the two halves. The other two pegs are dolly pegs that are cylindrical in shape with a split up the centre and a metal ring reinforcing the peg at the top of the split.

Production

Made

Australia, Oceania 1920-1960

Source

Credit Line

Ex-museum stock, 1987

Acquisition Date

30 July 1987

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Harvard

Clothes pegs (5), wood / wire, maker unknown, Australia, 1920-1960 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 January 2020, <https://ma.as/80791>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/80791 |title=Clothes pegs (5), wood / wire, maker unknown, Australia, 1920-1960 |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=20 January 2020 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}
This object is currently on display in Collection Gallery 3 at the Museums Discovery Centre.

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