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88/959 Insertion, crochet lace, silk, made by Mrs Edwin Field, Australia, 1900-1910. Click to enlarge.

Insertion, crochet lace, silk, made by Mrs Edwin Field, Australia, 1900-1910

Made by Field, Margaret Ann, 1900-1910.

Insertion, lace crochet, silk, Mrs Edwin Field, Australia, 1900-1910.
Crochet lace insertion, ecru coloured silk, central band of spiral wheel motifs linked by chain stitched brides, pattern called ‘Rigel’, after Southern Hemisphere star constellation.

Summary

Object No.

88/959

Object Statement

Insertion, crochet lace, silk, made by Mrs Edwin Field, Australia, 1900-1910

Physical Description

Insertion, lace crochet, silk, Mrs Edwin Field, Australia, 1900-1910.
Crochet lace insertion, ecru coloured silk, central band of spiral wheel motifs linked by chain stitched brides, pattern called 'Rigel', after Southern Hemisphere star constellation.

Dimensions

Width

40 mm

Depth

378 mm

Production

Notes

Also known as Mrs Edwin Field. Design featured in her book 'Australian Lace Crochet' published in 1909.

Also known as Mrs Edwin Field.

Design published in 1909, in 'Australian Lace Crochet'.

Made

Field, Margaret Ann 1900-1910

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs Lee Byrne, 1988

Acquisition Date

8 November 1988

Cite this Object

Harvard

Insertion, crochet lace, silk, made by Mrs Edwin Field, Australia, 1900-1910 2017, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 August 2019, <https://ma.as/89642>

Wikipedia

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