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Back in the days when women used handkerchiefs, this would surely have been a prize! This embroidered hankie is embroidered with yellow flowers on a green stem with green leaves. The handkerchief is oblong in shape and has what looks to be a white crocheted border on both ends and fringe. The sides have a rolled hem stitch. It is in very good condition; no holes or rips. It does have two pin dot stains. It measures 11" wide, 15" long, not including fringe.
A beautiful vintage embroidered runner. It is white with pink, lilac, and blue flowers with two yellow flowers appliqued and embroidered on each end. The outer edge is crocheted in blue, pink, green, yellow, and lilac. It measures 40-1/2" x 14-1/2". It has a small hole, approximately 1/4" in diameter, several pindots of rust-type stains, and the embroidery on a couple of the leaves has worn thin. This would look lovely on someone's antique dresser.
A vintage piece of embroidery that was never completed. It is of a Dutch couple. He is handing her an orange flower. He is wearing blue pants and a pink shirt. She is dressed in a red skirt with a blue apron. She has a red hat. There are potted pink flowers to his left and red potted flowers to her right. It measures 16" x 9-1/2". The fabric has a four small holes on the right side of the cloth and there is a very faint stain. It possibly could be bleached out, but will leave that to the new owner. It is marked on the bottom "No. 503-D, 100% Cotton, RN 26169, Wonder Art". This would be a nice piece for framing.
A large muslin-type cloth that is hand-embroidered. There are several pictures; one is of a geisha girl holding her umbrella in one hand over her shoulder, and holding a decorated fan in her other hand; a baby in a large basket; a little boy blowing a horn sitting on a fence post; two sets of initials "M.I.S." and "C.M.S." with the date below July 22, 1920. This looks to have been done "free-hand". The cloth measures 27-1/4" x 36". It looks like it was meant to be three different pieces and had not been separated yet. It is in excellent condition; no tears or stains. A great vintage piece for the collector!
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