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Tablecloth

Tablecloth

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Off-white linen tablecloth with woven flower pattern in white.

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012.01.20

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Tablecloth

Tablecloth

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Tablecloth has cross-stitched flower pattern and hem stitching around edge as well as around flowers. Flowers are mostly pink with some yellow orange and blue.

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012.01.27g

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Tea Cozy

Tea Cozy

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The tea cozy is of multicolored patchwork, quilted and joined with feather stitching. Sadie and her daughter, Eleanor Collister, both used this item. In 1958, with other artifacts, it was part of a museum display at Pemberton Secondary School.

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Accession #:

983.07.02

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Doily

Doily

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This white (Probably light beige) doily was made by Mrs. Dunbar's grandmother, probably after 1910, in Vancouver. Apart from a slightly rusty spot, it is in fine condition.

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Accession #:

983.47.02

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Tablecloth

Tablecloth

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Hand made, hand embroidered table cloth. Fine cotton material, Marjory thinks it came from India. The cloth is crème coloured. The embroidery is blue, pale yellow, and pink, and is in the shape of many flowers, stems and leaves. There are six lines of drawn work starting 15 cm from the edge and ending 2 cm from the edge The initials J.A. are in ink in one corner. The #3011- possibly a laundry mark- is inked in another corner. This cloth is in fairly good condition with a few stains on it. This cloth belonged to Marjory's mother Mrs. Geoffrey Downton.

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986.02.01

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