Vintage French Embroidery Monogram Stamp D, Large Antique French Linen Trousseau Stamp Block, French Linens, French Textiles Printing Stamp

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A superb antique French linen monogram printing stamp dating to the late 1800s early 1900s.

The 'D' monogram has swirling leaf decoration. These would have been used to print the monogram on the linens ready for embroidery. The mother and grandmothers of the bride would have used these to make trousseau linens.

A wonderful antique textile accessory, ideal for a vintage sewing craft project.


* 8.8 cm (3 3/8") high x 7.7 cm (3") wide - size of block

* Letter 'D' is 8 cm (3 1/16") high x 7 cm (2 3/4") wide

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