White, cotton lace pillow sham with frilled edge. Belonged to donor's grandmother, Mrs W Farrar of Huntly and would most likely have been brought from Leeds in London when she emigrated in 1909.

Rectangular, with side opening. There are six square cutwork embroidery panels on lace front. Lace ruffle around outside with scalloped edge. Plain cotton backing.
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Pillow Sham, 1984.35. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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