Quilt No.819TMAG - Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Owner: 
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Location: 
TAS Hobart
Maker
Maker: 
Unknown
Made in
AUSTRALIA TAS
Date: 
1901 - 1920
Description: 
Cot quilt with both sides of faded blue cotton sateen with pale brown moire effect lines. Piped edges. Machine quilted to form two borders around a central rectangular panel, which has a simple but decorative stitched design with six points, at each of which is a small eyelet, finished with cream thread. The padding is feathers.
History: 

The cot quilt was made in 1918 and belonged to the Lane family. It was presented to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery by Elizabeth Christensen in 1999.

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