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Name/Title Fur Stole
Primary Maker Unknown
Production Date Circa 1920-1930
Object Type Textile
Classification Stole/Outerwear/Clothing/03 Personal Artifacts/Nomenclature
Department Social History
Brief Description It was fashionable for ladies to wear fox fur in the 19th - early 20th centuries. This white fox fur stole is lined with white satin. A pleated edge is along the top side of the lining. Only three legs are used - the front right leg is missing - apparently by design. The left front leg has a chain of cotton covered rings made of ivory or bone? Links are sewn to it which fastens into a cotton covered hook sewn onto the left rear leg. Apart from the missing leg, the whole fox fur is used, including the head and tail.
Measurements 760 x 430mm
Media/Materials Textile - fur and silk
Production Place Unknown
Collection Social History
Accession Date 1982
Acquisition Method Gift
Credit Line Collection of the Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato
Accession No 1982/32/1
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