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June 14 , 2010

The Rise and Fall of Art Needlwork

its socio-economic and cultural aspects


Aiming to make a contribution to our understanding of the embroidery business, this book shows the dynamics shaping development and the role of women employed in the industry. In particular the economic significance of the embroidery business to female employment in the 19th century will be revealed, as it has been hidden from view, mainly due to employing outworkers, a hidden workforce. Though a social history, the thesis will demonstrate this hidden workforce made a contribution to the Brititsh economy.

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