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Hand painted damask apron Hand painted damask apron

the first half of 20. century

The Museum of Katowice History

The Museum of Katowice History
Katowice, Poland

Apron made of synthetic damask weave silk fabric, yellow with geometrical and floral pattern. There are oil hand-painted flower compositions on the fabric – pink, blue and white ones. The apron is made of two widths of material. Pleated in the upper section, it is sewn into a belt ending with ribbons. Such aprons were worn as part of festive Silesian costume.

Apron made of synthetic damask weave silk fabric, yellow with geometrical and floral pattern. There are oil hand-painted flower compositions on the fabric – pink, blue and white ones. The apron is made of two widths of material. Pleated in the upper section, it is sewn into a belt ending with ribbons. Such aprons were worn as part of festive Silesian costume.

Details

  • Title: Hand painted damask apron Hand painted damask apron
  • Date Created: the first half of 20. century, the first half of 20. century
  • Location Created: Upper Silesia, Upper Silesia
  • Physical Dimensions: h. 93,00 cm, h. 93,00 cm
  • Photographer: Piotr Sobański, Piotr Sobański
  • Medium: Damask, Damask

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