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Shawl

French or Scottish, worn in America
after 1850-1855


Place of Manufacture: possibly Paisley, Scotland; Place of Manufacture: possibly Nimes, France

Dimensions

160.02 x 320.04 cm (63 x 126 in.)

Accession Number

1985.894

Medium or Technique

Wool; woven

Not On View

Collections

Europe, Textiles and Fashion Arts

Classifications

Costumes

Wool, jacquard woven
Cream-colored field; intricate pattern of botehs and palm tree which extend into the field.
Condition: good, a few moth holes.

Provenance

Worn by Mrs. George W. Dickinson, aunt of Mrs. McKay

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Donald C. McKay in loving memory of her aunt, Mrs. George W. Dickinson of New York City