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Date
1820 – 1850
Material
fibre; paper
Catalogue Number
104.45.1029
Description
A green octanganal shaped pincushion with needlework design. A square with 4 strawberries in red, green, white on one side and a square with 4 abstract designs on the other.
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Title
Pincushion
Date
1820 – 1850
Material
fibre; paper
Dimensions
2.5 cm
Description
A green octanganal shaped pincushion with needlework design. A square with 4 strawberries in red, green, white on one side and a square with 4 abstract designs on the other.
Subject
households
sewing
needlework
Mary Schaffer Warren
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
104.45.1029
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Date
1820 – 1850
Material
fibre; wood
Catalogue Number
104.45.1030
Description
A pincushion shaped in a lattice woven basket full of red fabric green and red strawberries.
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Title
Pincushion
Date
1820 – 1850
Material
fibre; wood
Dimensions
5.0 cm
Description
A pincushion shaped in a lattice woven basket full of red fabric green and red strawberries.
Subject
households
needlework
Mary Schaffer Warren
Credit
Gift of Charles C. Reid, Banff, Alberta, 1986
Catalogue Number
104.45.1030
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Date
1822 – 1822
Material
fibre, flax; wood; paper; metal
Catalogue Number
107.02.0008
Description
A needlepoint sampler, in many colours, done in cross-stitch on loosely woven ecru linen. The sampler has a double-stitched border with stitched bars between each row of letters (A-Z) beginning with capital letters, followed by numerals from 1 to 10, then lower case letters (a-z), then numerals fr…
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Title
Sampler
Date
1822 – 1822
Material
fibre, flax; wood; paper; metal
Dimensions
19.0; 22.0 (frame) x 21.0; 23.5 (frame) cm
Description
A needlepoint sampler, in many colours, done in cross-stitch on loosely woven ecru linen. The sampler has a double-stitched border with stitched bars between each row of letters (A-Z) beginning with capital letters, followed by numerals from 1 to 10, then lower case letters (a-z), then numerals from 1 to 6, then large capital letters (A-F), and ending with “Serena Matilda Potts 1822.” The piece was originally framed in a simple brown wood frame with a parallel line (wood grain?) texture. The paper backing has “Serena Potts’ work born 1812” handwritten and a “Royal Picture Gallery” (Calgary, Alberta) framer’s sticker.
Subject
households
decorative
children
crafts
needlework
Serena M. Potts
Mary Schaffer Warren
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
107.02.0008
Images
Less detail
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