HNW - facsimiles
Dorothy & Lou
dotlou at ix.netcom.com
Mon Nov 20 07:20:49 PST 2000
Don't know if anyone mentioned this book. I just picked it up at EGA
Seminar in October. Don't ask what I paid!
A SCHOLE-HOUSE FOR THE NEEDLE
Produced from the original book printed in 1632 (and now in the private
collection of John and Elizabeth Mason) by Richard Shorleyker
c. 1998 Published and produced by RJL SMITH & Associates Much Wenlock
ISBN 1 872665 72 1
According to the intro-this version has more pages than the V&A copy of
the same date and the 1624 version by the Bodlein Library. This book was
intended for the lacer and embroidery.There are 3 intro's, one by the
person publishing it, one by the Director England's EGA, and the last by
S Levy(formerlyof the V&A) who gives a short dialogue of books available
then, was we know now, (2 of the designs are on textiles at the V&A),
and reseach on-going with a tiny Bib.
Charlene Charette wrote:
> I have a client who is treating herself this Christmas. She's given me a fixed amount of money and a list of books (and even wants me to wrap them so she doesn't know which they are until Christmas).
> Anyway, she would like facsimile Renaissance needlework books. She
> already has everything Dover has in print. I need to check what Curious Works Press has.
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