Item UF2018.076.a001 - Embroidered tray

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Embroidered tray

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CA BMUFA 0230-UF2018.076.a001

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The embroidered serving tray represents a phase in Canadian embroidery history (not just Ukrainian). Beginning in approximately 1960s, artisans would either adapt an embroidered podushka to fit into a serving tray, or they would specifically embroider a decorate piece to fit into a frame. The frames themselves were often pre-made, store bought. Embroidered serving trays were often used for special events such as church teas, and were a popular wedding gift or shower gift in the Edmonton Ukrainian community during the early 1980s.

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The scope and content description was created by Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn

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