Perforated cardboards: a support for embroidery used for various everyday objects in the Victorian age

António João Cruz, Luciana Barros, Leonor Loureiro, "Perforated cardboards: a support for embroidery used for various everyday objects in the Victorian age", Restaurator, 40 (1), 2019, pp. 35-67, doi:10.1515/res-2018-0021

 

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Abstract Perforated cardboards were common and economic supports for embroidery in the Victorian Era. Despite their popularity, they had a brief life and are almost forgotten today. Different types of cardboard were chosen according to the materials and techniques to be applied. This article presents nineteenth century documentary sources on perforated cardboard and its use in various objects of everyday life. The types of cardboard, commercialization, decorative techniques and motifs and applied materials will be discussed.
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