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My Aunt recently opened up a cedar trunk that belonged to her Mother and Grandmother. It was filled to the brim with things that they had made over the years. My Aunt told me that they used to make everything by hand which included doilies, napkins, tablecloths etc.

These potholders were in the chest too. I am not sure if these were made or if they were a souvenir of some trip.

The main part of the potholder is made using a fabric much like terry cloth but it has a looser weave. Red cotton was used as edging and for the loop hangers.

The potholders feature dancing silhouettes of a Spanish lady and man.

Colors are red/black/off-white.

Approx 6 1/2 x 7".

The potholders are in good shape but there are some small, dark stains.




lot 136 #6

Vintage Senor / Senorita Spanish POTHOLDERS or Mats

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