Banner, Patoka Country Women's Institute

Patoka Women's Institute
Simcox, Pamela
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Brief Description
Banner for the Patoka Country Women's Institute. The banner features a white rectangle on a blue background. The rectangle is divided into five areas, each containing a handpainted symbol: a pair of knitting needles with a red ball of wool; a pair of jars, one contains preserves, the other red jam; a pink rose; a loaf of bread; and a sewing pattern pinned to a piece of floral fabric with a pair of scissors. The words Patoka C.W.I. have been handpainted across the bottom of the banner. The bottom of the banner is decorated with a gold-coloured bullion fringe. The banner is suspended from a wooden pole and has a gold-coloured chord.

The banner was made and painted by Mrs Pamela Simcox in 1958.
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Media/Materials description
Banner decorated with a handpainted design and bullion fringe; wooden pole; chord hanger.
Height x Width: 850 x 480mm
Credit line
gifted by Patoka Country Women's Institute
Other number(s)
m2008/1/8, 88144


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