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Fabulous Antique Carved Dieppe Pin Cushion / Disc * French * Circa 1820 For Sale
Carved Dieppe Pin Cushion / Disc
* Circa 1820
wheel style pin
cushion is graced with a finely carved bouquet of roses, violets,
pansys and forget me nots. It
a beautiful old patina and grain pattern
and looks like a Dieppe piece
to me. The
bottom disc is plain.
Pins were stuck in the "sandwich" silk cushion around the center and
some old handmade coil headed pins.
It is in
condition with no chips, cracks or other damage and it measures
almost 1 3/4" in diameter. The
detail is gorgeous and amazingly detailed for such a small space. Some
Dieppe sewing tools are shown on p. 80 of Nerylla Taunton's
book Antique Needlework Tools.If you have any questions about this item, please
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Fabulous Antique Carved Dieppe Pin Cushion / Disc * French * Circa 1820: $590