Sash

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The sash was worn by my uncle in approx. 1908-1910. The Catholic boysfrom Whitwick catholic church walked into the woods on the first Sunday in May to the image of Virgin Mary. The statue has now been moved to Whitwick Monastry.

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Period

probably late 18th century

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H:
30cm
W:
100cm
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