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Dunham Massey, Cheshire (Accredited Museum)
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One of eleven fragments of ribbon and braid: (a) length of narrow black ribbon; (b) length of scarlet ribbon; (c) length of narrow steel grey ribbon; (d) length of narrow white/silver ribbon; (e) length of emerald green cotton herringbone twill braid, with black thread visible from where it has been unstitched from another item; (f) short length of wide, thick, white ribbed ribbon/braid; (g) + (h) lengths of wide, black ribbon/braid; (i) wide blue/black braid with a slight sheen, tied in a knot at one end; (j) wide black ribbon/braid with horizontal stripes; (k) blue/red/white striped braid, tied in a tight roll by a piece of string. Part of contents of sewing/knitting bag (DUN/T/1380.1).
Stamford collection; devised to the National Trust by Roger Grey, 10th Earl of Stamford (1896-1976).