Artwork Description

“Lye Day. “
Just reading a great book about early days. Did you know urine and ash from the fireplace were mixed together to make “lye” which helped remove stains on washing day. The Romany gypsies fashioned wooden pegs and sold them to the local women. Such backbreaking work.!!!!
Thank goodness for washing machines!!!
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Alcoholinks on prepared board, professionally framed in black or white wood and white Matt.

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