After the vacation last week I have been busy getting things back to normal and there was no time to dig up and photograph "new" vintage thingies. Luckily there was this picture from my celler sewing/storage room I haven't shown earlier.
It is, once again, from my mother's family, from the early 1900. The embroidered towel-rack cover is a wonderful example of jugendstil or Art Nouveau. The towels hang in their hooks behind this cover, and nobody needs to see if they are worn out or not quite fresh. Some museum examples can be seen here. My flowers are stitched in silk on linen. I just love this pattern!
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