WHOLESALE LISTING - The Tudor Child: Clothing and Culture 1485 to 1625 - by the dozen
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We are happy to offer our publications in wholesale quantities at a discounted price! The Tudor Child is offered for £120 per dozen. That equates to a unit price of £10 each, which is a 50% discount off the standard price of £20. Please note, this listing is for 12 books; ordering multiple quantities will result in ordering multiple dozens of copies!
The latest book from the Tudor Tailor - written by Jane Huggett and Ninya Mikhaila. Edited by Jane Malcolm-Davies.
- 160 full-colour pages
- 80 historical illustrations
- Specially commissioned line drawings illustrating each pattern
- 40 patterns with comprehensive step-by-step instructions and photographs showing finished garments worn by real children
- Instructions for knitted items, including stockings, caps and mittens
- Signed by the authors!
The opening section provides a social history of children and babies in the 16th century, drawing on the latest research and primary sources such as ordinary people's wills and household accounts. The book contains fascinating insights into the way in which Tudor children were raised, educated and of course clothed.
The book is lavishly illustrated in full colour offering a visual feast of paintings and sculpture, beautiful line drawings by Michael Perry, and high-quality photographs of reconstructed costumes. More than 40 patterns with instructions are included for making garments for all ages: from infants to children aged 12 years, including underwear, headwear and knitted items.
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2,854 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
Admittedly I don't yet know what I'm going to do with this, but I've always loved this style of lace. May become the collar ruff on the Snow White jacket when I finally get to making it.
Brilliant as always. This little book packs a mighty punch and is a fantastic companion to ‘The Tudor Tailor’, and of course, ‘The King’s Servants’.
It's a wonderful resource for anyone interested in Tudor clothing for men and interested in making their own.
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