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Runner, Table -

Linen table runner, cream color. Cutwork border. Cutwork or cut work, is a needlework technique in which portions of a textile, typically cotton or linen, are cut away and the resulting "hole" is reinforced and filled with embroidery or needle lace. Cutwork is related to drawn thread work. In drawn thread work, typically only the warp or weft threads are withdrawn (cut and removed), and the remaining threads in the resulting hole are bound in various ways. In other types of cutwork, both warp and weft threads may be drawn. From, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cutwork.

Image of Tablecloth - 1910 ca

Tablecloth - 1910 ca

Almost square table cover with counted cross stitch depicting patriotic and military images (Soldiers, other armed forces / troops, battle ship, flag, Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, etc.) forming it's own square around the inside edge. Red, white, blue, brown, beige, stitching on ivory / off-white, linen background. Colors remain vibrant .

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Scarf, Table -

Square linen table cover with drawnwork around the edges and on center square. Drawn work in shape of winged lion. "Drawnwork" or "Drawn thread work," is a form of counted-thread embroidery based on removing threads from the warp and/or the weft of a piece of even-weave fabric. The remaining threads are grouped or bundled together into a variety of patterns. Also known as "pulled thread work." From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drawn_thread_work

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Scarf, Table -

White, round, linen table cover. Plain center, 12" diameter surrounded by 8" cutwork edging. Cut work depicts leaves / vine, and is further decorated . It is decorated with hand embroidery, using (yellowed) white thread. Cutwork or cut work, is a needlework technique in which portions of a textile, typically cotton or linen, are cut away and the resulting "hole" is reinforced and filled with embroidery or needle lace. Cutwork is related to drawn thread work. In drawn thread work, typically only the warp or weft threads are withdrawn (cut and removed), and the remaining threads in the resulting hole are bound in various ways. In other types of cutwork, both warp and weft threads may be dra

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Runner, Table -

Small rectangular off-white linen table scarf or runner with cutwork forming a pattern along the edges. Art Nouveau cutwork pattern depicts three skyscraper buildings in the center of the long side, and 1 skyscraper in the center of the shorter side. Cutwork or cut work, is a needlework technique in which portions of a textile, typically cotton or linen, are cut away and the resulting "hole" is reinforced and filled with embroidery or needle lace. Cutwork is related to drawn thread work. In drawn thread work, typically only the warp or weft threads are withdrawn (cut and removed), and the remaining threads in the resulting hole are bound in various ways. In other types of cutwork, both

Image of Runner, Table -

Runner, Table -

Off-white linen runner with embroidered design in various shades of light blue. Design depicts stylized flowers. Appears to be hand embroidered using silk thread. Border on bottom is formed by crossed stitches using blue thread.

Image of Scarf, Bureau -

Scarf, Bureau -

Off-white linen runner or table scarf. Embroidered design in various shades of light blue. Design depicts stylized flowers. Appears to be hand embroidered using silk thread. Border formed on three sides by crossed stitches. See 1976.1.0755.1 for related textile in better condition.

Image of Runner, Table -

Runner, Table -

Cream colored linen table scarf or runner. Simple daisy flower heads are embroidered along edges in a pale yellow cream thread. Border design uses pulled thread work.

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Scarf, Table -

Round linen table covering with scalloped, crocheted border creating a sunshine motif. Center is warped / oversize relative to the border, perhaps from age.

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Chest Of Drawers -

Three drawer chest with oval mirror attached to swing brackets. Drawers have brass pulls and keyholes. The legs are round and tapered and mounted on wheels. There is decorative beading above the wheel attachment and a decorative flounce at the top of the leg. There is molding around the drawers. The oval mirror has beveled glass and is attached with brass hinges ending in brass knobs.