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Date
1890 – 1939
Material
metal; plastic
Catalogue Number
104.20.1100 a-c
Description
A three-piece footed serving dish with handles. The handles on the dish and lid are french ivory. A removeable ring fits inside the dish. The lid is fitted and has a fancy border design.
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Title
Serving Dish
Date
1890 – 1939
Material
metal; plastic
Description
A three-piece footed serving dish with handles. The handles on the dish and lid are french ivory. A removeable ring fits inside the dish. The lid is fitted and has a fancy border design.
Subject
households
Mary Schaffer
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
104.20.1100 a-c
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Date
1890 – 1939
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
104.20.1101 a,b
Description
A serving dish with a lid. The dish has a fancy rim, two handles and four feet. The bottom of the dish is open. The lid has a fancy border around the raised centre where a solid knob handle is attached.
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Title
Serving Dish
Date
1890 – 1939
Material
metal
Description
A serving dish with a lid. The dish has a fancy rim, two handles and four feet. The bottom of the dish is open. The lid has a fancy border around the raised centre where a solid knob handle is attached.
Subject
households
Mary Schaffer
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
104.20.1101 a,b
Images
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Date
1890 – 1939
Material
metal; paper
Catalogue Number
104.45.1006
Description
A flat rectangular box with a label on top. The label features a woman in profile and “Puritan” in fancy lettering over the drawing of a pin. The label is also marked “Dressmakers’ Pins FINEST BRASS PINS MANUFACTURED BY THE AMERICAN PIN CO., WATERBUTY, CONN., U.S.A.” The box is filled with st…
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Title
Straight Pin
Date
1890 – 1939
Material
metal; paper
Description
A flat rectangular box with a label on top. The label features a woman in profile and “Puritan” in fancy lettering over the drawing of a pin. The label is also marked “Dressmakers’ Pins FINEST BRASS PINS MANUFACTURED BY THE AMERICAN PIN CO., WATERBUTY, CONN., U.S.A.” The box is filled with straight pins.
Subject
households
crafts
needlework
sewing
Mary Schaffer
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
104.45.1006
Images
Less detail
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