Costume: the Journal of the Costume Society. No 28 1994

By: Ann Saunders

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Slight shelfwear, a very good copy. Contents include: The Bayeux 'Tapestry', culottes, tunics and garters, and the making of the hanging; On so-called 'flea furs'; The costume of James V, King of Scots; A prelate's robe for the Most Noble Order of the Garter worn by the Right Reverend Sir Jonathan Trelawny, 3rd Bart, Lord Bishop of Winchester, in 1707; Changes in the cut of traditional Hungarian costumes in the C17-19th; Infant clothing in the C18th, a new insight; Antiquarian attitudes, some early studies in the history of dress; Home sewing and 'Fashions for all'; Bill Gibb; Mathematics applied to dressmaking.

Title: Costume: the Journal of the Costume Society. No 28 1994

Author Name: Ann Saunders

Categories: History,

Publisher: The Costume Society: 1994

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 18050215-96

Keywords: costume, bayeux tapestry, flea fur, king james v, scotland, order of the garter, sir john trelawny, hungary, bill gibb, mathematics, dressmaking