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By Carol McFadzean
The luxury fabric that hides a world of poverty, distress and power. A fascinating history of the lace making industry in Sidmouth, and some of the families involved. Including details of lace making methods and equipment, exhibitions and competitions, lace made for royalty and lots more, plus lots of photos.
Published 2016 68pp 210x210mm softback.
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