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By Perkins, George C.

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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. The flowers and details have layer superimposed upon layer. This gives a relief which adds interest to the work, for much colour and a raised effect are unusual in Western applique.

The Spaniards approached China by way of South America and the Philippines, where they arrived in 1575, making the islands the headquarters of the Chinese traffic, the goods being carried there from the mainland by the Chinese. The annexation of Portugal to Spain in the year 1580 helped to merge the Far Eastern operations of the two The fruits of the Chinese traffic are seen in an countries into one. of 20 extraordinarily mixed type of embroidery found in Spain and Portugal in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Necessary contrast is obtained by using a variety of open diapers, so that light and shade come into play. The class of work is typically Swiss, and 27 most pieces bear dates onwards from the middle of the 16th century. No doubt a few examples were made in the neighbouring parts of Southern Germany. Occasionally heraldic panels are embroidered in same way. The somewhat the type of heraldry prevalent in Switzerland and Germany admirably suited for embroidery, and much use has been made of it. Heraldic bearings are not distributed so lavishly in our own country but if, for the purpose of this argument only, the term may be stretched so as to comprise any personal badge -or symbol devised by an individual, as well as those appropriated to schools and institutions, and, by a still further licence, trade marks and shopmen's and inn-keepers' florid is ; signs, a pretty is a much wide field is opened up (see plates 50 and 57).

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