Apron, Sample, White cotton; Campbell, Rebecca; 1950-1995; RI.CL98.164

Name/Title

Apron, Sample, White cotton

About this object

A small white cotton apron sample, not a complete apron. It has a partial waistband with one waist tie, three different types of stitching across horizontal bands and two different patched areas, one square and one circle, and two buttonholes on the hemline. Made by Rebecca Campbell of Otautau.

Accompanying the apron is a piece of card with four lace trims mounted onto it.

Maker

Campbell, Rebecca

Maker Role

Maker

Date Made

1950-1995

Place Made

Unknown

Medium and Materials

organic, vegetal, fibre, cotton

Inscription and Marks

White cotton tape label stitched to waist end of tie: 'CL.98.164'

Measurements

Waist (including tie): 370 mm
Waist (excluding tie): 130 mm
Hem: 435 mm
Waist to hem: 355 mm

Measurement conventions taken from the Powerhouse Museum's Australian Dress Register. Measurements taken with garment laying flat.

Subject and Association Keywords

Clothing and Accessories

Object Type

clothing

Object number

RI.CL98.164

Rights

Attribution - Non-commercial (cc) Attribution - Non-commercial (cc)

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