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A tablecloth of plain white linen, one quarter of which is hand embroidered in a stylised floral design of large daisy -like flowers and stems. The embroidery is worked in satin stitch using green, pink, blue, purple, yellow and brown stranded cotton threads. The cloth is machine hemmed in a 'spoked' pattern. The embroidery on this tablecloth was worked by Mary Wilson of HillHead Road, Dundonald c.1990 for Copeland Linens, Boundary St., Belfast.