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Imperial Purple to Marie Antoinette’s fleas

The social history of colour in textiles from BC to the end of the 18th century. This lecture shows the developing skills of the dyers to meet the desires of their customers, how they learned to colour different materials and how fashionable colours emerged from the most unlikely sources.

Imperial Purple to Marie Antoinette’s fleas
Imperial Purple to Marie Antoinette’s fleas

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Online Recorded Webinar


About the Event

delivered by Dr. Susan Kay-Williams

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