|Description||Doily, n.d. Rectangular white doily with white crocheted lace trim. The trim is only sewn onto the top, left and right sides. The fabric is a striped pattern consisting of alternating horizontal lines of solid fabric and hemstitching. The hemstitched lines are 0.375in. tall and the solid lines are 0.25in. tall. The doily is 4.5in. tall x 7.125 wide. and the lace trim is 1in. The rectangular center fabric panel is 3.5in. tall x 5.125in. wide. The lace trim is hand-crocheted and attached.|
|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-4.5 W-7.125 D-0.125 inches|
Table settings & decorations