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Handmade lacework on cotton fabric. Pattern is repetitive, comprising of three circles in a spoke pattern; three smaller satin stitched dots then a cigar shaped pattern with herringbone, then satin stitched dots. The piece is scalloped along one edge and attached to the cotton strip/fabric along the other long edge. Material is tapered at each end possibly to be made into a collar.

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Noted by Rinske Car 2012: French white work cotton collar.



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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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