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Collection Crafts Study Centre
Weaver Elizabeth Peacock
Description Hand-woven stole made from cream, grey and brown eri silk, plain weave, weft stripes, large inlay motif in border, fringed ends.
Id Number Current Accession T.74.147
Location Creation Site Ditchling, Sussex, UK
Subject woven textiles, stole
Measurements 160 x 34.3 centimetres
Material eri silk
Notes measurements excluding fringe
Relation Exhibition The English Arts and Crafts Movement and Shoji Hamada, October 1997-September 1998. The Scarf Show, Crafts Council, 1987. Exhibit No.36 in ´Weaving by Elizabeth Peacock´, Crafts Study Centre, Holburne Museum, Bath, 1979. No.1186 in ´20th Century Craftmanship´, Crafts Study Centre, Holburne Museum, Bath, 1972.
Rights Owner Managed by the Crafts Study Centre.
Style Period Period 1920s
Technique hand-weaving
Process Weft: cream, grey and brown. Warp: cream. 26 ends per inch 24 picks per inch

 

 

 

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