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Broderer

The Broderers Hall, London, destroyed in 1940. The Broderers Hall, London, destroyed in 1940.

Broderer is an English term dating back to the Middle Ages. It refers to a worker (usually male) in hand embroidery. The term broderer is derived from the French word broderie or ‘embroidery.’

See also the TRC Needles entry on the Broderers' Company.

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 1st July 2016).

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Last modified on Sunday, 30 April 2017 18:54