Quilt No.273ET - Efthimia Toubakaris

Efthimia Toubakaris
Owner: 
Efthimia Toubakaris
Location: 
SA
Maker
Maker: 
Unknown
Made in
GREECE
Date: 
1941 - 1970
Description: 
Wholecloth quilt of golden brown cotton satin, the reverse side of pink cotton satin. Central quilting pattern of interlaced curves, within 3 rows of parallel stitching, then a border pattern of an interlaced knot design, the edge finished with 2 rows of parallel quilting. Filling of cotton. 2010 x 1920 mm.
2010 x 1920mm
History: 

The maker is believed to be a man. Made in Greece and given to the owner, Effie Toubakaris, when she became affianced. The quilt was brought to Australia in 1950.

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