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Custom & Collectable {11mm Hgt.x 17mm Dia} 1 Single, Mid-Size Sewing Thimble Made of Fine-Grade Metal w/ Nebraska Wagon Train Carriage Caravan Coach Buggy Cart Windmill [Gold, White, Green & Brown]

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Price: $11.69

  • WARRANTY: These hanging ornaments comes with a lifetime warranty guaranteed by the manufacturer.
  • ECO-FRIENDLY: These hanging ornaments are made of non-toxic eco friendly materials and are are safe for all environments!
  • MATERIAL: These Ornaments are made of Grade A+ materials and are guaranteed to last the life of the an owner with care!
  • RECYCLABLE: These Ornaments are made of 100% recyclable materials!
A HISTORY OF THIMBLES: At first blush, a thimble would appear to have little prospect of being anything more than a functional object designed to make hand stitching an easier, and safer, activity. Thimbles are small, so they leave scant space for embellishment, and their working end is almost always pocked and pitted. But despite their diminutive size and rather strict limitations, thimbles have been a favorite foil of inventive designers for centuries. Throughout history, thimbles have been made out of mother of pearl, sterling and plated silver, brass, bone, and even gold. There are porcelain thimbles, wooden thimbles, and thimbles made from carved stone. Some thimbles feature delicate filigree work around their sides, others doubled as holders for tiny perfume bottles and so-called sewing toys. Among the most legendary are the Fabergé thimbles from the 19th century. Some of these had polished agates or other types of semi-precious stones set in their tops. The sides of others were decorated with colorful enamel patterns or bands. In addition to thimbles, sewing collectors also look for thimble holders. For example, in the late 19th century, thimbles sold by companies like Sears and Montgomery Ward often came with a holder. Around the same time, Dorcas thimbles from England were sold in handsome little display cases, which are also collectible. American thimbles were sold in matching, egg-shaped aluminum cases, or cast-iron holders shaped like terriers and other animals. German thimbles rested in holders formed of carved Black Forest hardwoods—birds and bears were popular shapes. There were even thimble holders made from tiny bisque or wooden shoes, as well as equally petite, hand-painted mother of pearl and shell ships, complete with rigging and a loop to hold the thimble.
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Brand mySimple Products
Binding Office Product
Color white, gold, black, brown, green, blue, red
Label mySimple Products
Manufacturer mySimple Products
Package Quantity 1
Part Number mySimpleThimble00005691
Product Group Art and Craft Supply
Product Type Name ART_SUPPLIES
Publisher mySimple Products
Size medium
Studio mySimple Products
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