Elizabethan and Stuart 'Slips' 17th century

Bibliography:

Brooks, Mary M English Embroideries of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries in the collection of the Asmolean Museum. Ashmolean Handbooks. Jonathan Horne Publ, London 2004. ISBN 1854441922

Clabburn, Pamela The Needlework Dictionary. William Morrow & Co Inc, New York. p 244. ISBN 0688030548

Epstein, Kathleen British Embroidery. Curious Works from the Seventeenth Century. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation 1998. ISBN 0879351861

Johnstone, Pauline Three Hundred Years of Embroidery 1600-1900. Wakefield Press 1986 p. 24.
Museum’s Textile Collection.

Synge, Lanto Antique Needlework. Blandford Press, UK 1982. p.49. ISBN0713710071

Embroidery in Britain from 1200-1750. p 55. V & A Publications 2005 reprint. ISBN 1851771263

Slips can be seen at:

The Victoria and Albert Museum
www.vam.ac.uk

The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
www.fitzwilliam.cam.ac.uk

The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
www.ashmol.ox.ac.uk

The Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool
www.nmgm.org.uk

National Trust properties in the British Isles
www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, Mary Queen of Scots room
Cotehele, Devon
Knowle, Kent
Parham, W. Sussex

USA. The Metropolitan Museum, New York

http://doc.med.yale.edu/historical/klebs/5.html

http://www.carrotmuseum.co.uk/herbalists.html

© 2006 Meg Andrews.

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