Notecard pack in presentation wallet. Embroidered samplers from The Fitzwilliam Museum. Brought to you by Curating Cambridge.com
10 notelets with sampler designs from The Fitzwilliam Museum. With envelopes. Brought to you by CuratingCambridge.com
Notelet - band sampler with central floral motif by Ann Gibbons. From the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum.
Notelet - Sampler with farm and windmill scene and framing border, by Rachel Lee. From the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum.
Notelet - band sampler with floral and lettering motifs, by Dorcas Haynes. From the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum.
Notelet - band sampler with pictorial panels by Sophia Ellis. From the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum.
Notelet - sampler with framing border and central design of shepherdess under a tree. By Elizabeth Bates. From the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum.

Samplers - Notecard pack

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Samplers from The Fitzwilliam Museum's collection

The Fitzwilliam has an incredibly rich and diverse collection of needlework samplers as a result of generous donations from patrons over the course of the museum's history. These samplers display an impressive array of different embroidery techniques and act as documents of changing aesthetic tastes and social mores over the years. This notecard wallet set contains five intricate examples, including: 

Elizabeth Bates, Sampler with framing border, 1801

Dorcas Haynes, Band sampler, 1720

Ann Gibbons, Band sampler, 1769-70

Rachel Lee, Sampler with framing border, 1821

Sophia Ellis, Band sampler with pictorial planels, 1785

Other products available in our samplers range include a jigsaw puzzle, journal, and homewares including a tea towel and cushion. 

Product details:

  • Notecard set in presentation wallet
  • 10 greetings cards, 2 each of 5 designs, with envelopes
  • Card size: 12.2 x 8.5 cm
  • Blank inside
  • Printed in the UK on FSC approved card
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