Set of 3 Framed Girls Papercuts. Set includes detailed cut silhouettes of girls at a Walking Wheel, Sewing Machine, and Embroiderer.
Paper cutting dates back to 4th Century China; however, Swiss and German immigrants brought the art of paper cutting to America during the 17th Century. The Germans called it Scherenschnitte or “Scissor Cuts.” At the time, paper was a costly commodity, so Scherenschnitte usually decorated important documents such as birth and marriage certificates. The tradition has also served for love letters, portraits, and Christmas decorations. Silhouettes cut from ivory paper matted on navy blue heavy stock paper.
Each frame measures 8.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall.
Made in USA.
Silhouettes cut from ivory paper matted on navy blue heavy stock paper.
Frames made in America from domestic wood with one pre-affixed sawtooth hanging bracket.