Newsletter - of the CIETA Embroidery Group
Bulletin d’Information de Groupe Broderie de CIETA

Nr 34
February 2009

Rheinfelden, February 12, 2009

Dear members,
This Newsletter Nr 34 can be viewed here on the homepage, with links to the special entries. It is sent as well to all members as a word attachment to e-mail. And I am again sending a paper version to members without an e-mail address.

In december 2008 I travelled to Taiwan and I also visited Tainan. The town is the old Capital of Taiwan and since 1624 the "Dutch East India Compagny" had here an overseas branch. Today an interesting Embroidery Research Center belongs to the University Campus. More information can be found at: Institutions.

The Vocabulary is still in working progress. The address is being sent in the attachment of a personal e-mail, together with the Newsletter.
Thanks again for sending to me several contributions. I am appreciating all your further information very much.

With all good wishes
yours Anne Wanner

I N F O R M A T I O N (see also section information)

  • The CIETA Website  has been active since December 2006. It offers a general presentation of CIETA and practical information on its activities, publications and technical courses.
  • The Costume Committee of ICOM has been responsible for the compiling of the Vocabulary of basic terms for the cataloguing of costume in english, French and German:
  • New Chair of Textile History: The renowned Swiss Abegg Foundation has put up SFr 5 million for a chair in the history of textile art at the Institute of Art History, University of Berne. This post for a tenured professor is unique in German speaking countries. The only other institutions offering similar professorships are the University of Uppsala, Sweden anmd London's Courtauld Institute. In conjunction with the Abegg Foundation's collections and workshops in neighbouring Riggisberg and the Berne Museum of History, this makes Switzerland an attractive education and research centre in a cultural area otherwise rather neglected in the West.
    A personality of international standing in research will be appointed with a remit to actively represent the new position to the outside world and build up a new study programme, "History of the Textile Arts". The postholder will be tasked with setting up a new study programme, a specialised Master programme in textile art history, and a PhD programme, and with conducting pure research in the textile arts. The new Professor will be appointed for February 2009.
    Address in charge: Prof.Dr. Bernd Nicolai, Universität Bern, Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Hodlerstr. 8, CH-3011 Bern


  • Sunday, 1st March 2009, Antique Textile Fair: The next date for this textile fair held by the British Textile Society is at the Armitage Centre, Manchester (Morseley Road, Fallowfield). Costumes and textiles from the UK, Eastern Europe and the Orient will be presented for sale on 130 stalls, including English laces, fans and household textiles as well as used clothing and fabrics. Further details can be found on the website
  • 9 March to 13 April 2009 Zeughausmesse für Angewandte Kunst (applied arts market) Deutsches Historisches Museum, Schlüterhof im Zeughaus, Unter den Linden 2, D-10117 Berlin, Germany
  • 20 to 22 March 2009 Inlaid Patchwork in Europe from 1500 to the present, Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Staatl. Museen zu Berlin, Im Winkel 6-8, D-14195 Berlin Germany
  • 25 March until 29 March: Creativa (Craft fair) Westfalenhallen Dortmund GmbH, Geschäftsbereich Messen: Rheinlanddamm 200, D-44139 Dortmund, Germany
  • 22 May until 24 May 2009: Design fair for fashion, furniture, jewelry and accessories, Frauenmuseum, Im Krausfeld 10, D-53111 Bonn, Germany
  • 13 June until 14 June 2009: 13th Craft market, Kulturbüro: Susanne Drangmeister, Friedrichswall 15, D-30159 Hannover, Germany, (info about craft prize of lower Saxony)
  • 28 June 2009: Internationale Lace and Textile Market: Artistieke School voor Kunstnaaldkant, Gentse Steenweg 296, B-9240 Zele, Belgium; venue: market placx of Zele, Belgium
  • 11 September until 13 September 2009: textile craft fair ("Nadel und Faden"), Osnabrücker Veranstaltungs- und Kongrsse GmbH; Schlosswall 1-9, D-49074 Osnabrück, Germany, see


  • MUST - MUSEO STUDIO DEL TESSUTO, Sede: Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Lungo Lario Trento 9, 22100 Como, Italia,
    Una sera al Must - Conversazione sulla moda e i suoi materiali
    - 26 febbraio 2009 Ritratti di signore - Maria José del Belgio, ultima regina d'Italia
    Conferenze aperte al pubblico con prenotazione - ore 18.30

    - 13 febbraio 2009 Giuseppe Guzzetti, presidente Fondazione Cariplo, Le fondazioni di origine bancarie: una
    risorsa per l'innovazione. Sede: FAR, Como
    - 6 marzo 2009 Miriam Mafai, storica, opinionista de La Repubblica - // corpo della donna fra libertà e legge.
    Sede: FAR, Como
    - 3 aprile 2009 Lea Vergine, critica d'arte - L'arte come specchio di paure e desideri. Sede: FAR, Como
    Conferenze aperte al pubblico fino a esaurimento posti - ore 21.00

M E E T I N G S (see also section meetings)


  • 12 et 13 février 2009 Conférence "Meta-textile",
    Identité et histoire d’un médium artistique contemporain
    Colloque international, Lausanne, Suisse, Aula du Palais de Rumine, Contact :
    Cette rencontre entend examiner le plus largement possible l’identité du textile dans l’art contemporain. Si les arts plastiques seront privilégiés, les disciplines connexes telles que l’architecture, la littérature, l’histoire et les sciences sociales contribueront également à la construction d’un discours pertinent et neuf en la matière. Cette rencontre tentera d’esquisser une véritable théorie du textile dans sa dimension historique en interrogeant tant sa dimension technique et matérielle que son rôle de médium et de métaphore, et permettra d’identifier un discours du textile dans l’art pour la seconde moitié du XXe siècle.
  • 12 to 14 March 2009 netzwerk mode textil, in Kooperation mit der Hochschule Niederrhein, Fachbereich Textil- und Bekleidungstechnik, in: Krefeld-Linn
  • 10 to 15 March 2009 "Jersey Textile Showcase", Textile art in Jersey (island located between the northern coast of France and the southern coast of England): workshops, lectures, exhibitions, organised by the foundation "Art in the Frame" and the textile group "Diversity", Info e-mail:
  • events between 24 March and 4 April 2009, 1st of April 2009 opening of the 5th International Biennial of Textile Art in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Exhibits, Tours, Lectures, Info: e-mail: - internet:
  • 2 April to 3 April 2009, IFAI Announces Advanced Textiles 09, Industrial Fabrics Association International, 1801 County Road B West, USA, Roseville, MN 55113-40681 -
  • 28 to 31 May 2009: SDA Conference 2009 "Off the Grid", Surface Design Association, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111, USA, with preconference and postconference workshops, excursions, exhibitions. e-mail: -
  • May 2009: London: Great Britain: Annual General Meeting of the Medieval Dress and Textile Society, Provisional topics for 2009:
    - May 2009: Henry VIII: Textiles and Clothing for a Renaissance Monarch
    - October 2009: Aspects of Jewellery and Clothing
    topics for 2010:
    - Reconstruction - Dyes - Tapestries: Design and production - Dress and Textiles for Coronations.
  • 8 May to 10 May 2009 - Italia Invita - 4th Int. Forum of Lace and Embroidery, Fiera di Parma S.p.A., Rossano Bozzi, Via Rizzi 67/a, I-43100 Baganzola (PR)
  • 5 June until 7 June 2009: Congress and workshops of "Kunstverein Seide e.V.", at Evangelische Tagungsstätte Wildbad, Tauberweg 42, D-9215412 Rothenburg, Germany,
  • June 2009 International Symposium "VENETIAN GROS POINT" . International meeting on Lace, Retournac, Haute-Loire, F-43130, France. Le Textilmuseum of Saint-Gall (Switzerland), the Research and Restauration Centre for archeological textiles ARTEX of Athens (Greece) et the Musée des Manufactures de Dentelles of Retournac (France) are organising an international meeting in Retournac. It will be of interest to Researchers, museum Curators, Collectors, etc. Information: Bruno Ythier, Musée Manufactures Dentelles, 14 Avenue de la gare, F-43130 Retournac.
  • June 2009 3rd Triennial of Textile Art, Call for projects, The Cultural Foundation for the Textile Art and the Art Gallery of Szombathely will organise the 3rd Triennial of Textile Art in the Gallery of Szombathely. Theme: presence = being present. A CD should be submitted by post by 5th December 2008.
  • 22st to 24th of July 2009 The 15th ETN Conference in Haslach and including General Assembly will take place Linz/Upper Austria, -
    Pre-symposium: 21 July 2009,
    more information: University of Arts, Linz: - European Textile Network: - Textile Culture Haslach:
    Tourismusbüro Haslach, Tourismusbüro Haslach, Marktplatz 45, A-4170 Haslach, Austria - Linz Capital of Culture of Europe:
    Deadline 31 October 2008
  • September 23 - 25, 2009: "IFAI Design Exhibition 2009. Info: San Diego Convention Center
    Address: 111 West Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101 USA, Phone Number: 619 525 5000
  • October, 2009 Kaunas Art Biennial starts to prepare to TEXTILE 09 events' program.
    Formal conditions for participation at TEXTILE 09 will be updated on our website
    till 11th of July, 2008 <> -
  • 4th Biennial Quilt Symposium, University of Nebraska in Lincoln USA has issued a Call for Papers for its 2009 Symposium "The Global Quilt: Cultural Contexts". See website with link to the Call for Papers:, deadline for submissions: 15 August 2008
  • upcoming meetings of ICOM Costume Committee:
    - 2009: Lyon France,
    4 - 9 October 2009. Host: Bernard Berthod. Themes under consideration: "Costume and Textile Trade" and "Costume and Textile Commerce".
    - 2010: ICOM Triennial, Shanghai, China,
    November 7-13 2010

E X H I B I T I O N S: (see also section exhibition)

forthcoming exhibitions:

  • 14 February to 10 March 2009 Exhibition Art on Silk, Habotai FV, c/o Gerry De Laet, President, Reepkenslei 43, B-2550 Kontich; venue: Kunstencentrum Kaleidoscoop, Molenstraat 50, B-2640 Morsel, Belgium
  • from 18 February 2009 Textile Museum St.Gallen Switzerland
    from 18 February - Swiss Embroidery, History of St Gallen embroidery
    from 18 February - 250 years anniversary of the St Gallen manufacture Union AG, -
    18 february to 22 March Farbräume - Colourfields - Network Quilters
    18 February to October 2009 Inspriation Farbe - Vision - embroideries and fabrics from today's fabrication
    8 April to December 2009 - Textiles in Sport
  • 8 March to 7 June 2009 Wedding fashion, German-Turkish, Engelhorn-Museen, Zeughaus C5, D-68159 Mannheim, - and website of the exhibition
  • 19 March to 5 June Inlaid Patchwork in Europe from 1500 to the present, Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Staatl. Museen zu Berlin, Im Winkel 6-8, D-14195 Berlin Germany
  • 20 April to 3 May Weddidng dresses of Syria, Daniele von Fischer, Sticken und Gestalten, Altensteinerstr. 58, D-14195 Berlin, Germany
  • 24 February to 24 May 2009, Abécédaires, Musée des Tissus et Musée des Arts Décoratifs, 34 rue de la Charité, Lyon, Fr-6900
  • 25 April to 20 June 2009, Art of the Stitch: (Results of the international open biennial exhibition, organised by the British Embroiderers' Guild in cooperation with Coats Crafts), Seville, Spain, Fundacion Valentin de Madariaga,
  • MUST - MUSEO STUDIO DEL TESSUTO, Sede: Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Lungo Lario Trento 9, 22100 Como, Italia, :

    2009. Sedi: Fabbrica del Vapore, Neon, Docva (via Procaccini, 4), Milano
    - Aprile 2009 III Forum Internazionale per le Arti Visive. Sede: FAR, Como
    - Luglio 2009 XV Corso Superiore di Arti Visive. Sede: FAR, Como
    - 25-28 febbraio 2009 TransEuropaExpress - V edizione, a cura di: Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Casa delle Letterature del Comune di Roma e Rappresentanza in Italia della Commissione Europea. Sede: Roma
  • 30 May to 1 June 2009, "Bestiaire Animal", competition and exhibition by "Fils et Métiers", deadline 15 January 2009, F-24360 VARAIGNES, France, tél. : 05 53 56 35 76 - e-mail -
  • mid June 2009 to January 2010, Mini-Textiletriennal of Angers, France, deadline 13 december 2008, e-mail:
  • 14 to 22 June 2009, International Mini-Textile-Exhibition, Skythia Symposium in Kherson/Ukraine, deadline 1st February 2009, e-mail: -
  • 1st October to 30 November 2009, Kaunas -Kunst-Biennale, "Textile 09", all information: e-mail: Virginia Vitkiene: - Tel:+370-61/256171

current Exhibitions:


  • Textile Museum St.Gallen Switzerland - closed from January 1st until February 18th
  • 18 October until 1 March 2009 Bisso marino, fili d'oro dal fondo del mare, realised by Naturhistorisches Museum Basel, Villa Ciani, Parco Ciani, 6900 Lugano, Switzerland, information: Tel. +41 (0)58 886 72 14,
    La mostra è accompagnata dal catalogo bilingue "Bisso marino-Fili d'oro dal fondo del mare / Muschelseide - goldene Fäden vom Meeresgrund" edito da 5 Continents Editions, Milano - ISBN 88-7439-114-5.

current Exhibitions:
different countries:

France, Belgique:

  • 21 November 2008 to 29 March 2009 Vlaamse Wandtapijten voor de Bourgondische Hertogen Karel V en Konig Filips II (Flamish tapestries), Kunsthal Sint-Pietersabdij, St.-Pietersplein 9, B-9000 Gent, Belgium
  • 29 November until 26 April 2009 Sous l'empire des crinoline, 1852-1870, Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris, 10 Avenure Pierre 1er de Serbie, Paris, France,
  • 2 November until 8 February 2009 Le chiné à la branche, Musée des Tissus et Musée des Arts Décoratifs, 34 rue de la Charité, Lyon, Fr-6900

Germany, Austria:

  • 1 February bis 26 April 2009, Prachtdrucke - Europäische Druckstoffe aus eigener Sammlung, Deutsches Textilmuseum, Andreasmarkt 8, D-47809 Krefeld
  • 22 January to 20 February 2009 applied arts, Handwerkskammer Kassel, Galerie Handwerksform, Scheidmannplatz 2, D-34117, Kassel, Germany
  • 18 January to 19 April 2009, "Viel-Falten", Kreismuseum Zons, Dormagen, Schlossstr. 1, D-41541, Germany, Catalogue (16 Euro)and DVD 9 Euro)
  • 18 November 2008 until 1 March 2009 Straps and Bands: Textiles from the Foitl Collection, Museum für Völkerkunde, Neue Hofburg, Heldenplatz, A-1014 Vienna, Austria
  • 15 October to 29 March 2009, 2 x JAPAN Textiles, MAK Vienna, Textiles Study Collection, Stubenring 5, A-1010 Vienna, Austria.
    For the 100th anniversary of the death of Heinrich Siebold (1852—1908) the MAK presents two exhibitions on Japan under the title of “2 × JAPAN. Katagami / Textiles”, which illustrate the rich ornamentalism of Japanese stencil dyeing and the diversity and history of textile patterns used
  • 7 December to 25 February 2009, Textile Art from Lithuania, Bonner Frauenhaus, Im Kransfeld 10, D-53111 Bonn
  • 13 December 2008 to 12 April 2009 Embroidery of Clementine von Münchhausen (1849-1913), Textilmuseum Max Berk, im Kurpfälzischen Museum der Stadt Heidelberg, Brahmsstr. 8, D-69118 Heidelberg-Ziegelhausen, Germany
  • 6 June 2008 to 1 July 2009 ... beflügelt und umgarnt..., Schulmuseum Bergisch Gladbach, Sammlung Cüpers, D-51467 Bergisch Gladbach
  • 13 September 2008 to 13 April 2009 Schnalle, Zunge & Co, Gürtel aus drei Jahrhunderten und Trachtenmode von heute für heute, Kloster Benediktbeuern, D-83671 Benediktbeuern, Germany, e-mail: -


  • 10 December, 2008 to 2 March 2009 Magnificence of the Tsars - Ceremonial Men's Dress of the Russian Imperial Court, 1721-1917, Victoria & Albert-Museum, London, with accompaning book by Alexey Levkin, at £ 30.-
  • December 11, 2008 to April 12, 2009 English Embroidery from The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1580-1700: 'Twixt Art and Nature". A collaboration between The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture, 18 West 86th Street, New York, NY, USA,. This exhibition will include approximately 85 objects from the Metropolitan's collection of English embroidery. The exhibition was organized by Melinda Watt, Assistant Curator at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Andrew Morrall, Professor at the Bard Graduate Center, and will be accompanied by a catalogue published by Yale University Press. - .


  • 15 November 2008 to 29 March 2009. "European Art Quilts V", Fries Museum in Leeurwarden/NL (this Quilt competition was exhibited in Birmingham /UK 14 to 17 August 2008). Fries Museum Postbus 1239, 8900 CE Leeuwarden, Netherlands, Tel. 058 - 255 55 00, 

USA, Canada, Southamerica:

  • 21 October 2008 to 15 March 2009 Reycling and Resourcefulness. Quilts of the 1930s, American Folk Art Museum, 45 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019-2514, USA
  • 5 November 2008 to 21 June 2009 And so to bed: Indian Bed Curtains, Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115-5523 USA
  • 12 November 2008 to 7 July 2009 Cutting Edge, Textile Museum of Canada, 55 Centre Ave., (CDN) Toronto, Ontario, M5G 2H5
  • 31 January to 12 April 2009 Writing with Thread: Traditional Textiles of Southwest Chinese Minorities, Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 800 University Ave, Madison, USA
  • 3 Februay to 26 April 2009 Changing Landscapes: Contemporary Chinese Fiber Art, San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, 520 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95113, USA

I N S T I T U T I O N S: (see also institutions)

netzwerk mode textil - Interessenvertretung der kulturwissenschaftlichen Textil-, Kleider- und Modeforschung e.V.
is a new textile group - in german language, who wants to unite everybody interested in textiles and costume, with calendar of exhibits and meetings, as well as a list of new books about textiles and costumes. -

I visited this very interesting Institute in December 2008
The following description is from a brochure about Tainan University, the photos were taken by Anne Wanner:
International Embroidery Research and Development Center, Tainan, Taiwan
Embroidery is part of the cultural heritage that has been passed on from earlier generations. Located at the junction of Mainland China and the Pacific Ocean, Taiwan has been greatly influenced by the eastern and western civilization. This precious ancient handicraft, embroidery, has been delivered to us through diverse aspects and formed abundant treasure and survived throughout history. Therefore rich pieces of art works were kept till now. On the basis of this, we established the International Embroidery Research & Development Center in February 2000, as so to promote the needlecrafts through research and teaching, to make this beauty of art in bloom and with a great hope, to purify people's hearts.


Entrance of the Embroidery Department

Ceiling with embroideries in needle painting


Wall of embroidery stitches:
height 212cm, widths 323 cm.

This is the first wall of embroidery stitches in the whole world. We have completed 912 of them and about 1000 of them are digitalized.

from the collection: handkerchief, whitework

In August 1964 a group of dedicated educators formed a founding committee. In January 1965 based on the approval of the Ministry of Education, the school was named Private Tainan Junior College of Home Economics.
In June 1997, the school was upgraded to be the Private Tainan Woman's College of Arts & Technology and changed its name in 1998 to Tainan Woman's College of Arts & Technology.
In 2006 the institute became: Tainan University of Technology.
Tainan city is also called the "City of Phoenix". The University's logo is composed of three phoenixes. Every change of the University's name can be compared to a phoenix flapping wings for a new flight. With an inserting skill, the connection of the beaks and wings of the phoenixes forms the idea of constant spinning and growth. The whitening parts of the beaks may produce the differences of distance, adding a three-dimensional feel.

B O O K R E V I E W S: (see also section book reviews)

books and articles:

since autumn 2008:

  • Catalogue of the exhibition "Bruch" (29 of August until 14th of September 2008) can be asked for: Tel.+41 79 715 70 02 and:,at CHF 40 or 28 Euro + shipping and handling
  • Jüdisches Kulturgut in und aus Endingen und Lengnau, 412 Objektbeschreibungen mit Abbildungen, von Anna Rapp Buri, 324 pages, in german language, Heidelberg 2008, ISBN 13: 978-3-89735-493-7
  • Studien zu dem Antependium "Mitt den Siben Ziten Unseres Herren" aus dem Kloster Königsfelden (Bern, Historisches Museum), 2 Baende, Schriftliche Hausarbeit zur Erlangung des Grades einer Magistra Artium, vorgelegt der Philosophischen Fakultät der zu Köln, von Christiane Martina Elster, in german, 85 pages, fotos in volume 2, Köln, 2006.
    • Die Magisterarbeit liegt in 2 Teilen vor.
      Im 1. Teil stellt die Autorin bisher gemachte Aussagen zum Altarbehang vor, sie stellt Thesen auf und diskutiert diese mit Hilfe von schriftlichen Quellen aus dem ehemaligen Kloster Königsfelden und mit erhaltenen Teilen der Ausstattung des Chores der Klosterkirche. Ein eingehendes Literaturstudium mit anschliessenden, unzähligen Vergleichen mit der vorliegenden Stickerei, unterstützt frühere Erkenntnisse und festigt neue Aussagen.
      Der 2. Teil wird eingeleitet von einer präzisen Beschreibung des Antependiums, betreffend Material, Technik und Erhaltungszustand. Im Übrigen ist er den Abbildungen in Farb Reproduktion gewidmet. Hier sind auch die Muster der Goldgründe in schematischer Umzeichnung wiedergegeben.
      Das Antependium misst 90 x 318 cm, es besteht aus einer 70cm hohen Stickerei und einem Überhang, der 18 x 292 cm misst. Es setzt sich aus verschiedenen Leinenstücken zusammen.
      Jede der 7 Szenen wurde auf ein eigenes Leinenstück mit Seiden-, Gold- und Silberfäden gestickt, schmalere Stücke aus gröberem Leinen sind zwischen die Szenen gesetzt.
      Die Stickerei ist an manchen Stellen ausgefallen, dort zeigt sich die bis ins kleinste Detail festgelegte Vorzeichnung. Die Hintergründe der Stickerei wurden in Anlegetechnik mit Goldfäden gestaltet, die Szenen mit Seidenfäden in Spaltstich ausgeführt und der Leinengrund vollkommen überstickt.
  • Die christlichen Motive des Blaudrucks, Spiegel der Volksfrömmigkeit in Deutschland vom Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts bis heute, von Angelika Überrück, Berlin 2008, 464 pages, in german, 49.90 EUR; LIT Verlag Dr. W. Hopf, ISBN 978-3-8258-1502-8, e-mail, - Tel. + 0251-620 32-0, fax + 0251-23 1972, Fresnostr. 2, D-48159 Münster, Germany.
    • The thesis examines the motives of reserve dyed, blue fabrics. This handicraft today still exists but is an endangered species. In Germany it can be found as early as 17th century. It was an opportunity for a broad population to adorn everyday and inexpensive textiles with long lasting motives. From the beginning also religious motives were printed and these motives can still be found today. In her thesis the author is compiling the religious motives of the blue reserve dyes, she is researching its provenances and shows the relevance on people's piety. see
  • Die sieben Planeten und ihre Kinder, eine 1547-1549 datierte Tapisseriefolge, Anna Rapp Buri und Monica, Stucky-Schürer, 88 pages, in german language, 39 photos mostly coloured, Basel 2007. ISBN 978-3-7965-2403-5
  • Venetian Silk Damask, by Swedish 20th century designers. In this book Curator Margareta Ridderstedt describes an important part of textile history: Swedish textile designer's work in the first part of the 20th century and their cooperation with the Venetian silk-weaving company, Bevilacqua. This resulted in fabulous silk textiles - many of which can still be found in Swedish churches.
    Margareta Ridderstedt, 2008, 363 s./illustrerad i färg/inbunden, ISBN 978-91-7209-500-7
    The book costs 350 SEK (incl.VAt but excl. postage and packing) and can be purchased through the Swedish National Heritage Board's bookshop: - Postadress: Riksantikvarieämbetet, Box 5405, 114 84 Stockholm. Besöksadress: Storgatan 41, Stockholm. Kundservice: tfn 08-5191 8000 (vxl). Webbplats:
  • The Embroideries at Hardwick Hall, by Santina M. Levey, National Trust books 2007, 400 color photographs, 280 x 219 mm, 400 pages, ISBN 13: 978 190 5400 515, £ 50.- Available from selected Trust shops, good bookshops, or from the distributor (+0870 787 1613)

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