- Thursday, 4:00pm – 5:00pm
- Saturday, 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Max: 50 students
Min: 10 students
This lecture focuses on a tiny needlecase which has been dated by the British Museum as being from about 1715. The interesting thing is that at that time King James was not on the throne. It is barely 2” x 6” and beautifully made. So why? What was it for, as the needle page has no holes in it for needles? Why is there a vase of thistles and two jackdaws? Come and be astounded by what we found out, and by what we found the needlework hiding.
This is part of the Lecture Pass.