Collection object: Limerick lace

Stole, Limerick lace. Blonde stole c1910, silk on net, designed and made by Eileen O'Donohue of the Limerick Lace School. Repeating c. 7cm wide border of flower heads inside a band of crosses. At either end is a rectangular panel containing heavy stitching. The border forms three sides of this panel with a band repeating the border motif closing the fourth. Within the panel are two rows of three flower/foliage designs pointing to the centre. The central remainder of the net is more open, with a scattered repeating flower/foliage motif. Both ends have tassels.
Identifier: 2005.0072
Physical Dimensions: L. 265.0 W. 55.5
Date: 1900 - 1915

Related Entity

Eileen O'Donohue (designer and maker)

Related exhibition

Limerick lace (associated)
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