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Apron | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Apron | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Detail, long apron, 1770-1790. Fine white muslin tambour embroidered throughout with rows of white cotton single and double flower sprigs, with twelve different designs, the lower corners with stylsied flowerhead surrounded by tendrils and leaves emerging from a drawnthreadwork rocky mound, the borders with gently scalloping with curving flower stems and cartouche infills, gathered onto a silk ribbon.

Detail, long apron, 1770-1790. Fine white muslin tambour embroidered throughout with rows of white cotton single and double flower sprigs, with twelve different designs, the lower corners with stylsied flowerhead surrounded by tendrils and leaves emerging from a drawnthreadwork rocky mound, the borders with gently scalloping with curving flower stems and cartouche infills, gathered onto a silk ribbon.

Apron  American, About 1750  Attributed to Desiree Thompson Lamb, American, 18th century

Apron American, About 1750 Attributed to Desiree Thompson Lamb, American, 18th century

Maria Niforos - Fine Antique Lace, Linens & Textiles : Early Items # EI-14 Fine Silk Apron Front w/ Embroidery & Mother of Pearl Bugles

Maria Niforos - Fine Antique Lace, Linens & Textiles : Early Items # EI-14 Fine Silk Apron Front w/ Embroidery & Mother of Pearl Bugles

18th century English apron of yellow taffeta | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

18th century English apron of yellow taffeta | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Apron. 1740-1775. England or Europe. Cotton embroidered with linen, later waistband # 1952-68

Apron. 1740-1775. England or Europe. Cotton embroidered with linen, later waistband # 1952-68

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