under apron

Woman's under apron, glodshurz. Oblong shape, three sides embroidered with floral designs in coloured silks. A bunch of flowers is embroidered in each of the bottom corners. “Maria Haupt 1907” is embroidered on the lower part of the apron. The name of Maria Haupt is divided by an embroidered wreath of flowers. The top of the skirt has a hem through which a piece of tape is passed to tighten it around the waist. Blue ribbon, black satin and decorative designs embroidered in all hues of red, yellow, green and mauve. (Black satin, silk, silk ribbon going round the whole width, mercerised cotton for embroidery). Length 850mm, width 1330mm.

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