Commode; [?]; [?]; 2010.408.2

Name/Title

Commode

About this object

Commode; a lidded, ceramic commode. Glazed white, the commode has a separate lid with embossed designs and a low, knob handle. This would originally have fit into a lidded chair.
This item belonged to Ivy Patterson (nee Wright), who lived in the Catlins from the age of 17, she worked at Whites Store, Owaka during World War One. After the war she married Stanley Gordon Patterson of Dunedin and they took up a farm in Glenomaru.

Maker

[?]

Date Made

[?]

Place Made

[?]

Medium and Materials

processed material, ceramic.

Technique

embossed

Measurements

h 167mm x di 265mm
Medium

Subject and Association Keywords

manners and customs, customs relative to private life

Subject and Association Keywords

public aspects of medicine, public health. hygiene. preventive medicine, personal health and hygiene

Credit Line

From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey".

Object Type

furniture

Object number

2010.408.2

Rights

All rights reserved

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