Great 1910 Butterick Corp. Delineator Magazine Jenny Wren Club (Sewing) Member Lapel
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Great 1910 Butterick Corp. Delineator Magazine Jenny Wren Club (Sewing) Member Lapel

Code: socc00006jwc


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ARTIFACT: Great 1910 Butterick Corporation Delineator Magazine Jenny Wren Club member lapel pin by Dieges & Clust in New York. Readymade clothing was becoming increasingly popular and cost efficient which led to a decrease in pattern sales for Butterick and other pattern makers. To encourage women and girls to continue making their own clothing the Jenny Wren Club was formed. The club was highlighted in the Delineator Magazine, which was named after an elite master dressmaker pattern designer. The magazine especially supported Butterick patterns as a convenient and stylish option to readymade clothing, asserting that homemade fashions were of better quality and fit. The Jenny Wren Club was a national program that sought to preserve home-sewing skills for girls of younger generations in the face of readymade clothing. The pin shows a "D" in the center with a pair of scissors and spool of thread in raised detail. The outer edge features a scroll that reads: "THE DELINEATOR JENNY WREN CLUB".
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VINTAGE: Circa 1910.

SIZE: Approximately 3/4" in diameter.

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Bronze.

ATTACHMENT: Horizontal pin with drop in locking swivel catch.

MARKINGS: "DIEGES & CLUST 25 JOHN ST. NEW YORK"

ITEM NOTES: This is from a club and societies collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VCX16 LFJX9/16 SFJX03/19

CONDITION: 8 (Excellent-): The pin shows moderate wear, handsome patina, overall excellent condition.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.