Black and orange striped drugget.

Black and orange striped drugget (232 x 84 mm) with blue cotton tasselled fringe, made from Tiree wool and woven in Tiree, found in Salum House in the late 19th or early 20th century.


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Drugget found in Salum House around 1900

This drugget (coarse fabric with a cotton warp and wool weave, used for rugs, tablecloths, etc.) is 230 x 84 cm in size and woven on a Tiree loom using wool from Tiree-raised sheep. Note the blue cotton tasselled fringe of the warp.
Normal Location: Main Store West: archive box 27
Current Location: normal location

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