A wide, rectangular cushion cover. Made of red, cream and black chequered cotton fabric; commercially made, tabby woven. The closed end has multicoloured diamond and zigzag stripes (woven as bands), worked in supplementary weft: cream, maroon, red, blue, black, yellow woollen yarns and a little gold-coloured metal-wrapped thead. The open end is turned and machine stitched and the top and bottom edge of the cushion cover has been overstitched with red cotton thread.
- 20thC (donor information)
- Made in: Romania
- Found/Acquired: Lészped
- (Europe,Balkans,Romania,Iasi (county),Lespezi)
- Length: 45 centimetres
- Width: 45 centimetres
Information from donor: this cushion-c0ver is from Fazekas family. It is placed on a bed as decoration and is not used to sleep on.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: EEU83101
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