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  • Description
    "tablecloth, locality: New Zealand. Linen cloth approx 30" square embroidered with wooden beads by the donor's aunt Mrs L Butler, a daughter of Captain John Howe and a foundation member of the Pioneer Club of Wellington." [col.card]
  • Other Number
    col.2975
  • Accession date
    16 July 1976
  • Collection area
  • Item count
    1
  • Record richness
tablecoth
tablecoth

Artefact

  • Credit
    Collection of Auckland Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira, col.2975
  • Notes
    "tablecloth, locality: New Zealand. Embroidered with wooden beads by the donor's aunt Mrs L Butler, a daughter of Captain John Howe and a foundation member of the Pioneer Club of Wellington." [col.card]
  • Person
  • Place
  • Production
    L Butler (embroiderer)
    New Zealand
    1 January 1837 to 22 January 1901
    Victorian, Contemporary Age, European and British, art and design period
  • Consists of
    0 - Whole › linen (material)
    linen tablecloth embroidered with wooden beads
  • Dimensions
    • 0 - Whole length (approximate) : 762mm
      (length 762 x width 762 mm)
      (col.card approx. 30" square (converted to metric))
    • width : 762mm
  • Classification
    Chenhall Nomenclature (Nomenclature)
    › 04 Tools & Equipment for Materials (Category)
    › Food Service T&E (Classification)
    › Food Service Accessories (Sub-classification)
    › Linen, Table (Primary Term)
    › Tablecloth (Secondary Term)
  • Record created
    11 November 1996

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