|Object ID #||1960.012.002|
|Object Name||Wreath, Floral|
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Made||Jenkins (neé Gunn), Jeanette|
|Place of Origin||Grey County, Ontario|
Shadowbox woollen wreath, circa 1870s of very colourful flowers - red, white, yellow, blue, orange and pink with green flora. Interior of shadowbox is white.
Made by Jeanette "Jessie" Jenkins (nee Gunn) about 1870-1875. Jeanette Jenkins was a daughter of Marcus and Barbara McKay Gunn of Sydenham Township and Owen Sound, Grey County.
Passed to her daughter, Eva Jenkins.
|Collection||Folk Art Collection|
|Dimensions||H-3.937 W-26.575 L-26.575 D-3.937 inches|
|Found||Grey County, Ontario|
A folk art item, made by curling wire and wool around a steel knitting needle in order to create floral forms, etc. for a wall hanging.