Museum exhibit /Bedspread
Bedspread with lace insets. 1950s. Made by Elena lginaite-Miežetienė in exile in Krasnoyarsk Krai. It is kept in the Priekule Museum of Exile and the Struggle for Freedom (Priekule, Lithuanian Republic). Given to the Museum by Elena lginaite-Miežetienė in 2006 (Photo 2010). 
 
 
 
 
Creator of collectionElena lginaite-Miežetienė
 
Date of acquisitionJune 2006
 
Size138 х 200 cm
 
Materials
 
Description of exhibitA bedspread made of white linen with embroidered needlepoint lace. In the centre there is an oval of stylized rings, framed in a rectangle. In the bottom part there is a broad strip of delicate open work. There is a lace finish along the edge on three sides.
 
State of preservationThere are small, brown stains in the top part.
 
Detailed annotationA bedspread with lace insets. 1950s. Made by Elena lginaite-Miežetienė in exile in Krasnoyarsk Krai. In exile, Elena got married and had children. She returned to Lithuania between 1965 and 1968. The bedspread is kept in the Priekule Museum of Exile and the Struggle for Freedom (Priekule, Lithuanian Republic). It was given to the Museum by E. lginaite-Miežetienė in 2006.
 
PersonsIlginaite-Miežetienė Elena, Person who made the bedspread; creator of the collection
 
Web page?Yes
 
 
Museum exhibit /Bedspread