|Description||Doily, n.d.. Off white rectangular doily with slightly scalloped edges. Two embroidered sheer strips of fabric, each machine embroidered with a design of twining roses and leaves. The two central panels are surrounded by three strips of tatted lace, each with five central flowers worked into their centers, including three three-dimensional roses and two three leaf clover designs. The ends are finished with a fine net of machine made lace with large geometric flowers worked into the design.|
|Collection||3D - Household Accessories|
Dollies "protect table tops from scratches that occur when moving things around or damage from wet glasses."
"The name "doily" originated from the surname "doily", a London firm of linen merchants who made fringed napkins in the 1700's. From 1711 a doily was a small ornamental napkin used at dessert." [https://fromtimespast.com/2013/01/07/why-are-they-called-doilies/-9/7/2016]
|Dimensions||H-14 W-9 D-0.125 inches|
Table settings & decorations