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Flapper Pincushion #157-21

Status: Available Price: $159.00
Description:
Great, all original flapper sits on top of a pincushion in the shape of a heart made in Germany in the 1920's. She is a full-figure porcelain flapper lady with a wide-brim hat and wide, bell-bottom pants. There are 2 sew holes in her through which she is tied onto the silk fabric pincushion. Orange dots were painted onto the bottom portion of her bell-bottom pants which match the orange dots on the pincushion. A gathered grossgrain orange ribbon decorates the edges of the heart. I cannot see any markings on the flapper, perhaps she is marked underneath where she is tied onto the cushion. There are tiny brown dots throughout the top of the cushion, most likely created by the pins that were inserted, otherwise she is in wonderful condition, with no breaks or repairs. Width is 4" and length is 4 1/8" at widest area of heart.

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