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Cuala Industries 133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin. Tel. Dublin 61085

Dressing table set (illustrated). Price £5-15-6 [.] Colours deep rose pink, orange, lemon yellow, emerald green and white, very vivid and rich. Powder bowl lined lemon yellow, top of candles lemon yellow. Any special colour to order. Price List Painted Wood / Beautiful colours. Wall mirrors, (bevelled glass) [various sizes and prices detailed] Round hand mirror from 15 [shillings] Candlesticks the pair 15 [shillings] 6 [pence] Hairbrush (best bristles)...Small hat brush (white bristles)...Baby's hair brush...Powder bowls...Card boxes (2 packs)...Hairpin box...Tea caddies...Cigarette boxes...Bowls..Small round box with lid...Egg cups...Bookcase, 15/- to hold 7 or 8 books, other sizes to order. Postage extra. Our colours are not damaged by water. To clean use any good white furniture cream. Special designs and colours to order. letters to Miss F.C. Yeats.
[Cuala Industries].
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Main Creator: Cuala Industries
Contributors: Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet, 1868-1940
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Summary:Advertising leaflet, featuring (at top of sheet) a black and white image of a dressing table set (a mirror, candlesticks, several types of brushes, two decorative containers). Sheet details the other goods produced by the Cuala Industries and corresponding prices. Elizabeth Corbet [often known as ‘Lollie’] Yeats, (1868–1940), and Susan Mary [often known as 'Lily'] Yeats, (1866-1949), separated from the Dun Emer Guild in 1908, forming The Cuala Industries; Elizabeth controlled the press while Susan Mary was responsible for the embroidery division. The Cuala Industries moved to 133 Lower Baggot Street in February 1925.
Format: BOOK
Language:English
Published / Created: [Dublin] : [Cuala Industries], [n.d., ca. 1928?].
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Notes:This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.

Physical description: 1 sheet : b&w ill., image 7 x 12.6cm., on sheet 26.8 x 16.6 cm..

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EPH C1090
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