Artwork : ArchiveNo00045

Peignor - Dressing Gown 1930s


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Artefact

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Contributor

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ContributionForm
Contributor Name Jane Kilford
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Profession Artist
Location Somerstown
Collection Date 07.10.07 10.20am
Artefact Name Peignor - Dressing Gown
Artefact Description Silk and chiffon with machine embroidery. Some sun damage and small holes. Black, orange and gold.
Artefact Date 1930s
Artefact Stored In studio
Artefact Form

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Sample Taken Small piece of fabric from inside
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History of Artefact Art Deco - French material and design. Expensive when first made probably made by someone's dressmaker.

Historian - 'These garments were very fashionable at the time and probably quite expensive.'
Historian Rosalinda Hardiman
Previous Owners Josie Carroll
Special Memories 'It came from a family friend, educated in France, her mother was a very strong woman who would host dinner parties and entertain people. Her mother was a well educated, proud woman. All her possessions were dwindling away when she was housed in a nursing home. All her other items were sold at Christie's. This is precious because it links me to these people and allows me to re-create the period of Art Deco in my mind.'
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