Little Moreton Hall

Reference Number:- Sprake Number:- Godden Number:-
obk 92   not listed not listed
 

Image of sixteenth century half timbered house

Words:
Woven on silk:-
BROCKLEHURST
  
WOVEN IN SILK 1978
     
Printed at bottom of card mount:-
CHESHIRE
Little Moreton Hall 
ENGLAND
     

Legend printed on inside cover of card mount:-
Little Moreton Hall is justly acclaimed one of the finest specimens of sixteenth century half-timbered work, and stands as the most complete of its style in Cheshire. In 1938 the Hall was handed over to the National Trust.

Size:
Card mount:
cm deep by cm wide

silk:
11.2cm high by 17.2cm wide

 
Technical Details supplied by Lewis Cowen:
First Sketch:    Mr William Hine
Design Draft:Mr William Hine
Card Cutter:Mr William Stubbs
Weaving:Mrs C Mayers
Design No:Z22722
Comments:

by Lewis Cowen:
Once again in 1978 BWA went outside Macclesfield for the subject of the picture, to a famous building on the A34 between Congleton and Newcastle-under-Lyme, LITTLE MORETON HALL.

Other comments: 

 


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