Leather chatelaine which can be attached to the belt of a uniform with a metal clip

Maker and role
S. Maw, Son & Sons: Maker
Production date
1914-1918

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Description
Leather chatelaine which can be attached to the belt of a uniform with a metal clip, ingraved with the monogram 'DFL.' Attached to the same metal clip by leather straps are the following: An instrument pouch containing two pairs of forceps (small and medium), tweezers, a themometer and a tongue depressor; two small metal keys; and a pin cushion in the shape of the Red Cross emblem complete with pins and safety pins.
Collection Type
Objects
History
Belonged to Dorothy Frances Lewis, from Monmouthshire who served at Gwent Hospital, Newport and Military Hospitals in Malta and France.
Catalogue Number
11/1
Associated Person and Role
British Red Cross Society. Gwent Branch

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