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Ing borders amongst thread used for the horseman seen in plate 5, is very early work but the method, because originally right, is still the same when used much later ; for the kneeling figure, Applique work shown on the same plate. found in nearly all countries, but each country works it out in accordance with its own particular national traditions, which modify it and make the variation distinct in style. To take four examples the first type is the well-known Turkish variety (plate 77), which shows is the use of a flannel^like material in a large range of colours.

E. ing borders amongst thread used for the horseman seen in plate 5, is very early work but the method, because originally right, is still the same when used much later ; for the kneeling figure, Applique work shown on the same plate. found in nearly all countries, but each country works it out in accordance with its own particular national traditions, which modify it and make the variation distinct in style. To take four examples the first type is the well-known Turkish variety (plate 77), which shows is the use of a flannel^like material in a large range of colours.

In the 13th and 14th centuries there developed in German embroidery a liking for flat diapers. Whereas in the contemporary work of France, Italy or England, some attempt would be made to represent the draperies of figures as artists of the day saw them, in German work the contours enclosed spaces regarded by the worker as offering a legitimate field for pattern-filling. Such a work of art as the great cope from Hildesheim Cathedral in the Victoria and Albert Museum is a notable example it should be compared with the Syon cope, with which it is contemporary.

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