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Sylkewymmen


BARRON, Caroline, and Matthew Davies. Ellen Langwith: Silkwoman of London (died 1481), The Ricardian: Journal of the Richard III Society, Volume 13, 2003. (pp. 39-47)

DALE, Marion K. The London Silkwomen of the Fifteenth Century, Economic History Review, Series 1 Part 4. 1932-4. (pp 324-335) (Also reprinted in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society Vol. 14, no. 2, The University of Chicago, 1989. (pp.489-501)

KOWALESKI, Maryanne and Bennett, Judith M. Crafts, Gilds, and Women in the Middle Ages: Fifty Years after Marian K. Dale, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society Vol. 14, no. 2, The University of Chicago, 1989. (pp.474-488)

LACEY, Kay. The Production of 'Narrow Ware' by Silkwomen in Fourteenth and Fifteenth Century England, Textile History Vol 18 Part 2, 1987. (pp 187-204)


Also:

Soper Lane offers a whole range of interesting information on 15th century silkwork, including several articles on historical silkwomen