It's All About Closure

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Description Once clothing became more fitted and could no longer be slipped over one's head, it became necessary to tightly close gowns and tunics. An overview of how and where to close clothing through the centuries, with practical advice of how to get it done. Includes, from extant examples and details from artwork: buttons (metal, bone, and cloth); eyelets; lacing rings; hook and eye; pins; and lacing patterns.
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